Research papers
Working Papers

The working paper of Central Bank of Chile diffuse economic research essays carried out by Bank professionals or requested to outsiders by the Bank. They series look for contributions to discussing relevant topics and to present new focusses on how to analyze them. Theis purpose is primarily to facilitate the exchange of ideas and to release preliminary economic research results for discussion and commentary.

The publication of working papers is not subject to previous approval by the Central Bank of Chile Board. But the contents of these works as well as the analyses involved are the author(s)´ responsibility and they do not necessarily reflect the Central Bank of Chile´s opinion or that of its Board Members.

Title Authors Date
830 Characterization of the Recent Immigration to Chile Rosario Aldunate / Gabriela Contreras / Claudia De la Huerta / Matías Tapia February 2019
829 Shifting Inflation Expectations and Monetary Policy Agustín Arias / Markus Kirchner January 2019
828 Macroeconomic Effects of Credit Deepening in Latin America Carlos Carvalho / Nilda Pasca / Laura Souza / Eduardo Zilberman January 2019
827 Determinants of Household Position within Chilean Wealth Household’s Distribution Felipe Martínez / Francisca Uribe September 2018
826 Revisiting the Exchange Rate Pass Through: A General Equilibrium Perspective Mariana García-Schmidt / Javier García-Cicco August 2018
825 An Econometric Analysis on Survey-databased Anchoring of Inflation Expectations in Chile Carlos Medel August 2018
824 Can Economic Perception Surveys Improve Macroeconomic Forecasting in Chile? Nicolas Chanut / Mario Marcel / Carlos Medel July 2018
823 Characterization of the Chilean Financial Cycle, Early Warning Indicators and Implications for Macro-Prudential Policies Juan Francisco Martínez / Daniel Oda July 2018
822 Taxonomy of Chilean Financial Fragility Periods from 1975 to 2017 Juan Francisco Martínez / José Miguel Matus / Daniel Oda June 2018
821 Pension Funds and the Yield Curve: The Role of Preference for Maturity Rodrigo Alfaro / June 2018