Endogeneidade das elasticidades-renda nos modelos de crescimento com restrição externa: uma resenha

Fabricio J. Missio

Abstract


O objetivo do trabalho é fazer uma revisão dos fundamentos e dos desenvolvimentos recentes sobre a hipótese de endogeneidade das elasticidades-renda do comércio internacional dentro da abordagem dos modelos de crescimento com restrição do balanço de pagamentos. Enfatizam-se os trabalhos que admitem essa endogeneidade em relação ao nível da taxa real de câmbio e que se complementam ao utilizarem estruturas formais semelhantes. Os principais resultados mostram a importância das elasticidades setoriais, do efeito composição e do câmbio real como instrumento estratégico para o desenvolvimento econômico.

Keywords


Crescimento. Restrição externa e câmbio real.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33834/bkr.v1i2.38

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