Electronic Engineer

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Paola Díaz, Nathaly Morales, Jeisson Rodríguez y Mireya Vásquez
La inflación es un factor muy importante en la historia de la economía a nivel mundial, este se conoce como el aumento de los bienes y servicios que afecta en primer estancia a los consumidores, a los inversionistas, al estado y asi mismo al crecimiento económico de un país.
Por lo tanto el siguiente trabajo tiene como objetivo comprender claramente el concepto de inflación para lo cual es necesario dar su definición y algunos ejemplos para su pleno entendimiento. Posteriormente analizaremos los índices de inflación desde la decada de los cincuenta en Colombia dando a conocer porque ha tenido cambios tanto positivos como negativos. A demás de eso es importante saber cuales son los factores que causan que haya inflación y después de eso conocer las consecuencias que puede traer para un país este cambio de los precios, adicionalmente observaremos lo que ha hecho el Estado Colombiano para regular la inflación. También analizaremos y compararemos la inflación de Colombia con respecto a otros paises en Latinoamérica dandonos una idea de como estamos posicionados economicamente con respecto a ellos.
Generalmente se entiende por inflación el "incremento en el nivel general de precios" (Case, p.179), o sea que la mayoría de los precios de los bienes y servicios disponibles en la economía empiezan a crecer en forma simultánea. La inflación implica por ende una pérdida en el poder de compra del dinero, es decir, las personas cada vez podrían comprar menos con sus ingresos, ya que en períodos de inflación los precios de los bienes y servicios crecen a una tasa superior a la de los salarios. http://www.elprisma.com/apuntes/economia/inflacionconcepto/ La inflación es causada por shocks de oferta, que son todos aquellos sucesos que afectan al productor, como son: el aumento en el precio…...

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