Análisis bibliométrico de los modelos estocásticos de equilibrio general

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https://doi.org/10.17981/econcuc.44.2.2023.Econ.1

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Macroeconomía, DSGE, Bibliometría, Publicación, Redes

Resumen

Los modelos estocásticos de equilibrio general, o DSGE por sus siglas en inglés (Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium) se han convertido en los modelos económicos más utilizados en la macroeconomía moderna. Por lo anterior, el objetivo de este documento es analizar el origen, la evolución y el estado actual del estudio del enfoque DSGE, así como examinar las críticas y limitaciones más importantes que se le han realizado. Adicionalmente se analizó la difusión de los modelos DSGE utilizando análisis bibliométricos descriptivos y redes de citas de co-citación. Después de la crisis del 2009, la producción científica relacionada con los modelos DSGE creció de manera acelerada, en Estados Unidos y Gran Bretaña se concentra la mayor cantidad de publicaciones, por lo que un gran volumen de artículos se publica en inglés. El análisis de co-citación reveló la existencia de seis subáreas de investigación dentro el enfoque DSGE, todas centradas alrededor de los cuatro autores con mayor cantidad de citas y fuerza de enlace.

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Oscar Hernan Cerquera Losada, Universidad Surcolombiana

Es economista de la Universidad Surcolombiana, magister en Economía por la Universidad de Buenos Aires, y estudiante del doctorado en Ciencias Económicas de la misma Universidad. Docente de tiempo completo del programa de Economía de la Universidad Surcolombiana, e investigador del Observatorio Regional del Mercado de Trabajo del Huila. Investigador Asociado de Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación, e integrante del grupo de investigación Iguaque y Pymes de la universidad Surcolombiana.

Fabian Adames Papa, Universidad Surcolombiana

Es matemático de la Universidad Surcolombiana, magister en Economía por la Universidad de Manizales. Docente de tiempo completo del programa de Economía de la Universidad Surcolombiana, e investigador del grupo de investigación Iguaque de la universidad Surcolombiana.

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31-03-2023

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Cerquera Losada, O. H., & Adames Papa, F. . (2023). Análisis bibliométrico de los modelos estocásticos de equilibrio general. ECONÓMICAS CUC, 44(2), 51–74. https://doi.org/10.17981/econcuc.44.2.2023.Econ.1

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