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Causas de las Crisis: especulación financiera, burbujas inmoviliarias, machismo desaforado y otras explicaciones económicas de nuestra penuria

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  • José A. Tapia Granados


Se comentan las ideas de los economistas poskeynesianos y neokeynesianos sobre las causas de la crisis actual, en general vista como una crisis financiera provocada por una deficiente regulación de los mercados financieros, aunque algunos poskeynesianos la consideran una crisis provocada por el estallido de una burbuja inmobiliaria e incluso hay quienes consideran que algunos desencandenantes de la crisis tienen que ver con el machismo de los líderes económicos. Se presentan luego algunas ideas de Wesley Mitchell -sobre el rol causal clave de las ganancias empresariales en la dinámica de la economía de mercado- y estadísticas de la economía estadounidense que muestran cómo las ganancias tienden a caer varios trimestres antes de que comience la crisis.

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE COLOMBIA SEDE MEDELLIN in its series ENSAYOS DE ECONOMÍA with number 008012.

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Date of creation: 31 May 2009
Handle: RePEc:col:000418:008012
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