Landlocked Countries, Institutions and Economic Dynamics
Roger Alejandro Banegas Rivero,
Marco Alberto Nunez Ramirez and
Yesenia Clark Mendivil
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Roger Alejandro Banegas Rivero: Universidad Autonoma Gabriel Rene Moreno, Faculty of Economics, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.
Marco Alberto Nunez Ramirez: Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora, Department of Management, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico.
Yesenia Clark Mendivil: Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora, Department of Management, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico.
Asian Economic and Financial Review, 2020, vol. 10, issue 2, 160-188
This study moves away from the use of conventional methods such as standard regressions to evaluate the hypothesis of a negative effect of a landlocked country on economic growth and other variables. An alternative approach was used based on a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model (DSGE). The main estimation reflected a permanent shock of -2% on Non-Maritime Gross Domestic Product. To this end, the model was calibrated with parameters of the Bolivian economy (landlocked country) and the presence of similar behavioral economies with sea presence in observational equivalence (comparative countries) for impact evaluation purposes. Likewise, the role of institutional quality represented approximately 20% in the variability of the country?s aggregate production (GDP), with the inference that institutional innovations could reduce and mitigate by 68% the negative effect of being a landlocked condition (mitigating action and structural challenge).
Keywords: Landlocked country; institutions; DSGE; Counterfactual analysis; Calibration; Observational equivalence; Impact evaluation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O43 C11 C22 C61 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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