Desarrollo, reestructuración del gasto público y alianzas público-privadas

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Jesús Botero García
José García Guzmán

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Este artículo analiza los efectos de bienestar de mejoras en la inversión en educación e infraestructura con participación público-privada, en un marco fiscal de economía pequeña y abierta para la economía colombiana. Se construye un modelo DSGE donde las familias toman decisiones de capital humano y el gobierno financia megaproyectos colocando bonos de infraestructura. Los resultados sugieren mayores efectos en el ajuste de largo plazo y mejoras del bienestar social cuando el gasto público se focaliza en sectores con mayores niveles de empleo y se introducen mejoras tecnológicas y de innovación.

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