The Neutral Interest Rate: Estimates for Chile

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Rodrigo Fuentes S; Fabián Gredig U.;
  • Journal: Economía Chilena,volume 11,issue 2 August,pages47-58

To estimate the neutral real interest rate for Chile, we use a variety of methods that can be classified into three categories: those derived from economic theory, the neutral rate implicit in financial assets, and statistical procedures using macroeconomic data. We con... View more
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