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An Estimation of the Nonlinear Phillips Curve in Colombia

An Estimation Of the Nonlinear Phillips Curve in Colombia An Estimation Of the Neonlinear Phillips Curve in Colombia



Javier Gómez and Juan Manuel Julio  */

An Exploratory Analysis of Heterogeneity on Regional Labour Markets and Unemployment Rates in Colombia: An MFACT approach

In this paper we study the structural determinants of differentials in unemployment rates and labour markets’ performance for colombian cities.

Analysis of Latin American Spot Curves: What can we get from the Colombian Spot Curve?

Anif ‐ Fedesarrollo (Available only in Spanish)

Presentación realizada en el Seminario Anif – Fedesarrollo, Club El Nogal.

Are Capital Controls and Central Bank Intervention Effective?

Are Capital Controls and Central Bank Intervention Effective?

Capital controls and intervention in the foreign exchange market are two controversial policy options that many countries have adopted in the past in order to influence the exchange rate and moderate capital flows. Colombia has a long record in the use of these policies with mixed results and...

Are Young People´s Educational Outcomes Linked to their Sense of Control?

ASSESING FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY WITH ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGIES

Assessing the Long-Term Effects of Conditional Cash Transfers on Human Capital: Evidence from Colombia

Assessing the Macroeconomic Effects of Fiscal Policy in Colombia

Asset Price Bubbles and Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy

In this paper we expanded the closed economy model by Bernanke and Gertler (1999) in order to account for the macroeconomic effects of an asset price bubble in the context of a small open economy model. During the nineties emerging market economies opened their financial accounts to foreign...

Banking Productivity and Economic Fluctuations: Colombia 1998-2000

I build a general equilibrium, financial accelerator model that incorporates an explicit technology for the intermediary sector. A credit multiplier emerges because of a borrowing constraint that is a function of asset prices, internal funds and lending rates. With this financial friction I show...

Bayesian Model Estimation and Selection for the Weekly Colombian Exchange Rate

Bayesian Model Estimation and Selection for the Colombian Exchange Rate Bayesian Model Estimation and Selection for the Colombian
Exchange Rate



Norberto Rodríguez Niño  */

Behavioral Economics: Some evidence and some puzzling policy implications

BEYOND BUBBLES: THE ROLE OF ASSET PRICES IN EARLY-WARNING INDICATORS

Blackout Period – Prior to the Board of Director´s Meeting of April 2019

Banco de la República has adopted, as a good practice in its communications policy, a blackout period in the seven days prior to the meeting of the Board of Directors. During this time, no interviews will be granted to media outlets, and no invitations to participate actively in public events...

Blackout Period – Prior to the Board of Director´s Meeting of August 2019

Banco de la República has adopted, as a good practice in its communications policy, a blackout period in the seven days prior to the meeting of the Board of Directors. During this time, no interviews will be granted to media outlets, and no invitations to participate...

Blackout Period – Prior to the Board of Director´s Meeting of December 2018

Banco de la República has adopted, as a good practice in its communications policy, a blackout period in the seven days prior to the meeting of the Board of Directors. During this time, no interviews will be granted to media outlets, and no invitations to participate actively in public events...

Blackout Period – Prior to the Board of Director´s Meeting of February 2019

Banco de la República has adopted, as a good practice in its communications policy, a blackout period in the seven days prior to the meeting of the Board of Directors. During this time, no interviews will be granted to media outlets, and no invitations to participate actively in public events...

Blackout Period – Prior to the Board of Director´s Meeting of January 2019

Banco de la República has adopted, as a good practice in its communications policy, a blackout period in the seven days prior to the meeting of the Board of Directors. During this time, no interviews will be granted to media outlets, and no invitations to participate actively in public events...

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