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Presión en el mercado cambiario para el caso venezolano (1984-2003)


  • Pedauga, Luis Enrique
  • Noguera, Carlos


Esta investigación presenta una propuesta para medir el indicador de presión del mercado cambiario para el caso de Venezuela, haciendo uso de análisis de componentes principales. Por su parte, se presenta un modelo monetario ampliado con la riqueza del sector no financiero y la dinámica entre las tasas de interés domésticas y foráneas, para contrastar empíricamente, a través de método econométrico de retardos distribuidos, los determinantes de la presión del mercado cambiario venezolano dentro de la dinámica de la política monetaria en Venezuela entre los años 1984 y 2003.

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  • Pedauga, Luis Enrique & Noguera, Carlos, 2006. "Presión en el mercado cambiario para el caso venezolano (1984-2003)," MPRA Paper 14294, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:14294

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    5. Pentecost, Eric J. & Van Hooydonk, Charlotte & Van Poeck, Andre, 2001. "Measuring and estimating exchange market pressure in the EU," Journal of International Money and Finance, Elsevier, vol. 20(3), pages 401-418, June.
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    1. María Fernanda Hernández & Juan José Valero & María Bernardette Díaz, 2007. "Perfil de riesgos del sistema bancario venezolano: aplicación de la metodología de stress testing," Monetaria, Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos, vol. 0(4), pages 405-452, octubre-d.


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