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Fijación de metas inflacionarias en una economía dolarizada: la experiencia de Perú


  • Adrián Armas
  • Francisco Grippa


(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) En este trabajo se trata la experiencia única del Banco Central de Reserva de Perú con la fijación de metas inflacionarias, en una economía caracterizada por un elevado grado de dolarización financiera. Se esboza la manera en que Perú ha tomado en cuenta la dolarización de su sistema financiero en el diseño de su política monetaria, luego se trata la puesta en práctica de la política monetaria y la estrategia del Banco Central para controlar los riesgos de la dolarización del sistema financiero. El trabajo concluye con un análisis y las enseñanzas que arroja el caso peruano.

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  • Adrián Armas & Francisco Grippa, 2005. "Fijación de metas inflacionarias en una economía dolarizada: la experiencia de Perú," Research Department Publications 4424, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:idb:wpaper:4424

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