Efectos multiplicadores y eslabonamientos productivos en la economía peruana
Multiplier effects and productive linkages in the peruvian economy
Juan Manuel Garcia Carpio and
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In this paper we calculate the Keynesian multipliers of income, employment, imports and exports of the Peruvian economy for 101 economic activities based on information from the 2007 input-output table, taking into account the distinction between domestic origin and external of the goods and services of the intermediate demand and of the final demand. Likewise, this measurement is complemented with the analysis of the indicators of productive linkages of the different activities in the economy ("backward" and "forward"). Power and dispersion sensitivity indicators are also constructed, which allow identifying "key" activities based on the magnitude of their links within the economy. The results obtained are useful to simulate possible differentiated effects of different policy interventions for the promotion of productive development implemented by the government
Keywords: productive; linkages; multipliers; peruvian; economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E10 E12 E16 Z0 Z00 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015-02, Revised 2016-03
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