Una subasta doble de divisas para la determinación del tipo de cambio en Bolivia

  • Bernardo X. Fernández Gobierno del Reino Unido
  • Vladimir Fernández Q. BDP
  • E. René Aldazosa Banco Central de Bolivia
Palabras clave: Régimen cambiario, subasta doble, mercado de divisas, Bolivia

Resumen

Este estudio presenta un mecanismo competitivo de subasta doble para el mercado de divisas boliviano que permitiría al Banco Central de Bolivia (BCB), en su calidad de "martillero" dentro del mecanismo, conocer con mayor exactitud las condiciones que atraviesa dicho mercado y las expectativas de los principales actores en dicho mercado. Con esta valiosa información, y en el marco de los objetivos generales de preservarla estabilidad macroeconómica y fortalecer la producción local, consolidando el proceso de des-dolarización de la economía, la autoridad cambiaria contará con mayores recursos que le permitan aplicar una política cambiaria más activa y eficaz.

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Biografía del autor/a

Bernardo X. Fernández, Gobierno del Reino Unido

Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. Gobierno del Reino Unido. 

Vladimir Fernández Q., BDP

BDP, Sociedad de titularización. 

E. René Aldazosa, Banco Central de Bolivia

Banco Central de Bolivia. 

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Publicado
2018-05-01
Cómo citar
FernándezB. X., Fernández Q.V., & AldazosaE. R. (2018). Una subasta doble de divisas para la determinación del tipo de cambio en Bolivia. Revista Latinoamericana De Desarrollo Económico, (29), 151-175. https://doi.org/10.35319/lajed.20182922