La curva de Phillips en México: ¿Existe una relación de largo plazo entre la inflación y la brecha del producto?

  • Alejandro Rodríguez Arana Universidad Iberoamericana, Plantel ciudad de México

Resumen

Este trabajo estima una curva de Phillips para México, la cual surge de un esquema de fijación de precios donde se establecen relaciones clientelares entre compradores y vendedores (Rotemberg (1982)). La estimación anual entre 1969 y 2008 muestra que existe una relación de largo plazo donde la inflación depende positivamente del salario real, el tipo de cambio real y la brecha del producto. Sin embargo, se necesitarían fuertes aumentos permanentes de inflación para apenas lograr una pequeña mejora en las otras variables.

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Publicado
2012-05-30
Cómo citar
Rodríguez Arana, A. (2012). La curva de Phillips en México: ¿Existe una relación de largo plazo entre la inflación y la brecha del producto?. EconoQuantum, 9(1), 57-81. https://doi.org/10.18381/eq.v9i1.137