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Productividad sectorial en el Perú: un análisis a nivel de firmas

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  • Céspedes, Nikita

    (Banco Central de Reserva del Perú)

  • Aquije, Maria E.

    (SUNAT)

  • Sánchez, Alan

    (GRADE)

  • Vera-Tudela, Rafael

    (SNI)

En este documento se estima la Función de Producción y la productividad a nivel de firmas de la economía peruana. Los datos corresponden a todas las empresas formales que reportan datos entre el 2002 y 2011, información que permite corregir los tradicionales problemas de endogeneidad de regresores y selección de la muestra, aspectos presentes en los estudios vigentes que estiman los parámetros de la función de producción en el Perú. Encontramos que la participación del factor capital en el ingreso es alrededor de 0.64, siendo heterogéneo según los principales sectores económicos. La productividad es mayor en los sectores secundarios y terciarios, en empresas grandes y en Lima Metropolitana.

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Paper provided by Banco Central de Reserva del Perú in its series Working Papers with number 2014-013.

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