Cambios institucionales y transición cíclica en la posición fiscal para Bolivia (2003-2011)

  • Roger Alejandro Banegas Rivero Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
  • Reyna González Vergara Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
Palabras clave: Eficiencia del rol fiscal, cambios institucionales, transición cíclica, posición fiscal sostenible

Resumen

En este documento se evaluó la eficiencia del rol fiscal relacionado con cambios institucionales derivados de la nacionalización de los hidrocarburos y la transición de los cambios cíclicos en la posición fiscal de Bolivia, con base en información trimestral: 2003-2011. El grado de posición fiscal sostenible (con y sin petróleo) fue un elemento concluyente para determinar la eficiencia del rol fiscal, cuyo resultado fue deficiente para el caso de Bolivia. Se emplearon filtros para series económicas, la metodología de balance fiscal cíclicamente ajustado (BCA) y el indicador de posición fiscal sostenible (PFS) de Croce y Hugo (2003).

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Publicado
2015-05-01
Cómo citar
Banegas RiveroR. A., & González VergaraR. (2015). Cambios institucionales y transición cíclica en la posición fiscal para Bolivia (2003-2011). Revista Latinoamericana De Desarrollo Económico, (23), 67-96. https://doi.org/10.35319/lajed.20152376