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Statistical series on the Colombian economy.

William Paul McGreevey

Statistical series on the Colombian economy.

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Published by Dept. of Geography, University of California in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

  • Colombia -- Statistics,
  • Colombia -- Economic conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    LC ClassificationsHC197 M235
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[34] leaves.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14937566M

      However, Colombian market share has been declining since then; just between and , Colombian coffee output fell from million kilogram bags to . obtained in an empirical application to the Colombian economy. Conclusions are presented in the last section. 2. The statistical model Specification and basic assumptions The model to be proposed is a modified version of those presented by Stock and Watson (, , ). Following this approach, we define the state of the economy as a. The economic model of Colombia is neoliberalism, an economic current consisting of the practice of capitalist principles in which the state does not actively participate. That is, the flow of the economy is freely carried by supply and demand, with private capital .

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The economy of Colombia is the fourth largest in Latin America as measured by gross domestic product. Colombia has experienced a historic economic boom over the last decade.

InColombia was Latin America's 5th largest economy and had a GDP per capita of only US$1, by it became the 4th largest in Latin America, and the world's 37th y group: Developing/Emerging, Upper. Performance and Challenges of the Colombian Economy José Antonio Ocampo * The Colombian economy has experienced reasonable economic growth since the major reform efforts of the early s.

However, the growth witnessed during this period can best be characterized as slower and more volatile than growth prior to The Colombian economyFile Size: KB.

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Colombia has the fourth largest economy, based on GDP, in all of South America. The Colombian economy grew % inis on track to grow another % inand the Central Bank of Colombia predicts a 2% expansion for It is driven by exports of petroleum, emeralds, minerals, bananas, coffee, and cut flowers.

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in Spanish and in English, and the Statistical Annex will be updated on a monthly basis. IMPACT Since midthe Colombian economy has had to adjust to several adverse events of various kinds.

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We estimate a Bayesian VAR model with informative steady-statepriors for the Colombian economy using quarterly data from to A variancedecomposition shows that world GDP growth and government spending are the most importantfactors, explaining roughly 17 and 16 percent of the variance in Colombian GDP growthrespectively.

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This book confronts the puzzle of Latin America's rapid recovery from the collapse in world markets and capital flows in the late s. During the s and s, the Colombian economy became more integrated into the global financial and commercial markets. Renewed relations with the United States during the administration of Marco Fidel Suárez () opened the door for foreign exchange and investment.

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exports to Colombia by 5-digit End-Use code. End-Use Code Value Value Value Value Value Value Colombia Table of Contents. The Spanish system encompassing the audiencia was extractive and exploitative, relying heavily on cheap native labor. Domestic industry was constrained during the colonial period because the audiencia was bound to Spain as part of a mercantile system.

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