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El Indice De Costo Minero Peruano Base 2005 Durante El Periodo 1992-2007

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  • Carlos Enrique Orihuela


    (Instituto Economía y Recursos Naturales (IERN))

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    El presente estudio recoge los aspectos metodológicos sobre la construcción de un Índice de Costos Minero (IC) base 2005 para los cinco principales minerales comerciales de la minería metálica peruana durante el periodo 1992-2007. Conforme a los resultados, no hay diferencias significativas en la evolución del IC de cada mineral, por lo que es factible calcular un IC promedio. Se encontró evidencia que los costos reales de los minerales mencionados crecieron aunque en menor medida en relación a sus precios.

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    Paper provided by Latin American and Caribbean Environmental Economics Program in its series Working Papers with number 200911.

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    Length: 20 pages
    Date of creation: Feb 2009
    Date of revision: Feb 2009
    Handle: RePEc:lae:wpaper:200911
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