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Title: The Impact of the financial and Economic Crisis on Central America: An Expenditure GDP approach
Authors: Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto
Authors (Email): Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto(
Keywords: Expenditure GDP approach
Financial Crisis
Economic impact
Regression Analysis
JEL Codes: E23
Issue Date: 2009-11-16
Series/Report no.: Conference
Abstract: This article applies expenditure GDP approach for analyzing the impact of financial and economic crisis on Central America1 (BCN, 2004). I use the regression analysis method of multivariable statistical analysis to establish a multiple linear regression model about the mean expenditure variables that they are estimated during 2000 to 2008, therefore I calculate forecast for 2010. In general terms, those countries present yours economies with a declining trend. So I suggest some measures to support the impact in our economies.
Notes: The 2009 conferences will provide many opportunities for the presentation of important new research and for productive, structured dialogue on the major challenges facing the global response to the financial crisis. Conference organisers are developing a wide variety of session types that meet the needs of various participants and support collective efforts to communities worldwide. Central to many of these sessions will be the transfer of knowledge and sharing of best practices.
Presented at: Centre for Economic Research and Sustainable Development International Conference on: Impact and Implications of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis on Sustainable Development Toronto, Ontario, Canadá-New York USA; Proposals for an Integrated Global Response to the Crisis
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Total Pages: 14
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