Política monetaria en tiempos de pandemia: evaluación y propuesta de Helicóptero Monetario

Juan Francisco Albert, David Tercero-Lucas

Resumen


La pandemia del Covid-19 ha provocado una de las crisis más importantes desde la Gran Depresión. Ante esto, es necesaria una mayor coordinación entre la política monetaria y fiscal. En este artículo, se ha analizado el helicóptero monetario como posible respuesta a la crisis y como complemento a las medidas adoptadas. Tras presentar evidencia histórica de los efectos del helicóptero monetario, examinar los distintos ejemplos propuestos en la literatura, y evaluar sus fortalezas y debilidades, se ha articulado una propuesta para la Euro Área a través del Banco Central Europeo en coordinación con el grupo del Banco Europeo de Inversiones.


Palabras clave


política monetaria; helicóptero monetario; crisis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/rem.v0i56.4723

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