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Evolución de la "cultura de la estabilidad" en España, La

  • Argandoña, Antonio

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    (IESE Business School)

La economía española ha alcanzado su objetivo de entrar en la Unión Económica y Monetaria. Esto supone que, por fin, el país ha aceptado la «cultura de la estabilidad», es decir, el conjunto de condiciones que permiten la estabilidad macroeconómica (inflación baja, déficit público nulo o muy pequeño, tipos de cambio estables, tipos de interés bajos y estables, etc.), y que constituyen una condición necesaria (pero no suficiente) para un crecimiento sostenido. En este trabajo se examina el camino seguido para alcanzar esa meta: las perturbaciones exteriores, las presiones de los gobiernos extranjeros, los consejos de los organismos internacionales, y la respuesta interior, integrada por el comportamiento y las actitudes del Gobierno, el Banco de España, las empresas, los sindicatos, la sociedad toda, los expertos y los medios de comunicación, desde los años cuarenta hasta 1998.

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Length: 29 pages
Date of creation: 18 Dec 1998
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Handle: RePEc:ebg:iesewp:d-0375
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