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Innovaciones monetarias y fluctuaciones del producto en Colombia

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  • Luis Eduardo Arango Thomas
  • Edison Henao Atehortúa

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Este trabajo intenta mostrar el vínculo entre los choques monetarios y las fluctuaciones del producto en Colombia, usando datos anuales entre 1950 y 1994, los cuales permiten el contraste de la no neutralidad de los choques monetarios en el corto plazo y de la proposición de neutralidad de largo plazo. Sin embargo, como veremos al final los resultados no permiten describir una relación clara entre dichas variables, en el sentido más convencional.

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  • Luis Eduardo Arango Thomas & Edison Henao Atehortúa, 1995. "Innovaciones monetarias y fluctuaciones del producto en Colombia," Ensayos de Economía 9515, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Medellín.
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