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¿Existe evidencia empírica de la hípótesis de Linder en América del Sur?

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  • Hugo Andrés Carrillo


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    Este trabajo hace una aplicación de la metodología propuesta por Sailors et al. (1973) para testear la hipótesis de Linder en América del Sur en el año 2009. Aparte de incluir las estimaciones con el coeficiente de correlación de Spearman para 8 países de esta región, se hace una prueba de hipótesis con el coeficiente de correlación de Kendall dado el pequeño tamaño de la muestra. En ambas pruebas se encuentra que no hay evidencia estadística de que la hipótesis de Linder se cumple en América del Sur para ese año. Esto podría explicarse por tres factores: la poca integración regional, la desigualdad del ingreso y los conflictos políticos de los últimos años entre algunos de los países de la región.

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    Paper provided by UN - RCE - CID in its series ECONOGRAFOS - ESCUELA DE ECONOMÍA with number 009941.

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    Date of creation: 29 May 2012
    Handle: RePEc:col:000176:009941
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