Inflación anticipada versus no anticipada y distribución funcional de la renta

Revista ICE 01/2002;
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ABSTRACT En este trabajo se sintetizan algunos resultados preliminares obtenidos por los autores en su estudio acerca del impacto de la inflación sobre la participación del trabajo en la renta nacional. Dicho análisis se lleva a cabo con datos correspondientes a 15 países de la OCDE y abarca el período 1960-1999. Los resultados muestran una relación positiva entre el nivel de inflación y la participación de las rentas del trabajo que pone en duda la neutralidad distributiva de los procesos de desinflación. Esta relación cambia su signo para la componente no anticipada de la inflación.

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