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¿Crisis después de la crisis?: el estado de la macroeconomía financiera después de la crisis global

  • Salazar Trujillo, Boris

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    Aunque la crisis global condujo a la emergencia de nuevos hechos estilizados, y al uso de técnicas y herramientas provenientes de o tras disciplinas, no desencadenó una crisis del programa de investigación dominante en la macroeconomía financiera. Este artículo intenta explicar por qué los eventos tomaron ese rumbo . Explora dos hipótesis entrelazadas . La primera es la asimetría estructural entre las trayectorias que unen el núcleo firme de un programa de investigación con los cambios en el cinturón protector: lo que va del núcleo firme a la periferia nunca deja de fluir en la forma de módulos básicos para hacer nuevos modelos, mientras que lo encontrado en la periferia nunca afecta al núcleo firme. La segunda es un hecho observable. Mientras que el único programa rival de peligro ¿ la econofísica ¿ está por fuera de la economía, los programas heterodoxos no han producido nuevos modelos que disputen el espacio a la macroeconomía financiera ortodoxa.

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