Inflación de alimentos en Perú: El rol de la política monetaria

Joao Ribeiro

Abstract


Food inflation in Peru has a significant influence on total inflation, so the presence of second-round effects on core inflation may be high. This paper estimates the size of these second-round effects using a general equilibrium model for the Peruvian economy. The results indicate the absence of a significant second round effect on Peruvian inflation, given that food inflation does not play any role in the formation of inflation expectations and in the determination of wages.

Keywords


Política monetaria, Inflación de alimentos, Perú

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