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DESCENTRALIZACIÓN FISCAL Y LAS VARIABLES DE ESTABILIDAD: Contraste empírico desde la estadística no paramétrica

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  • Milton Samuel Camelo Rincón


Este documento realiza un estudio comparativo e inferencial sobre la relación existente entre la descentralización fiscal y la estabilización macroeconómica para un grupo de países latinoamericanos: Argentina, México, Venezuela, Chile, Bolivia y Colombia. Para este efecto se utiliza dos indicadores de descentralización fiscal a partir de información de gasto público e ingresos fiscales, considerando paralelamente la estructura territorial de estos gobiernos - federales o unitarios. A partir de métodos estadísticos no paramétricos se evalúa si éstas medidas de descentralización están en alguna medida asociadas con algunas variables de estabilidad macroeconómica, tal como predicen algunos postulados teóricos de la hacienda pública, o por lo contrario, la estructura territorial y la descentralización fiscal no son políticas significativas en las funciones de estabilización macroeconómica.

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE COLOMBIA in its series DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO UCATOLICA with number 010350.

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Length: 34
Date of creation: 30 Dec 2012
Handle: RePEc:col:000444:010350
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