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La persistencia estadística de la inflación en Colombia

  • Martha Misas A

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  • Juan José Echavarría S
  • Enrique López E

En este documento se evalúan las diferentes formas de medición de la persistenciaestadística y los distintos factores estructurales que podrían explicarla. Se presenta unamedición de la persistencia estadística de la inflación y de la brecha de inflación en Colombiapara el período 1990-2010, por medio de un modelo de cambio de régimen y de un filtro deKalman. Se concluye que el régimen de inflación objetivo adoptado en 1999 permitió reducirla media y la varianza de la inflación pero no ha modificado la persistencia estadística demanera significativa.

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