The Impact of the financial and Economic Crisis on Central America: An Expenditure GDP approach

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.


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Nov 16 2009
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Working or Discussion Paper
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http://purl.umn.edu/56199
Total Pages:
14
JEL Codes:
E23; E61; F43; H50
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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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