|Summary:||In the present investigation the following problem was identified: What is the relationship of inflation and unemployment in the La Libertad region, period 2001-2017? The main objective is to determine the relationship between inflation and unemployment in the La Libertad region, period 2001-2017. Using the theory proposed by Phillips. The research hypothesis indicates that inflation and unemployment are inversely related in the La Libertad region, 2001-2017, the design of contrast is non-experimental, longitudinal, correlational; which describes the evolution of the behavior of the variables (inflation and unemployment) in the different periods, based on historical and statistical information obtained during the study period. The result obtained from the estimation of the multiple regression model complies with its theoretical assumptions therefore the estimated model is adequate. Also the errors do not show heterocedasticity and there is no self-correlation. In this research, the Phillips theory for the La Libertad region is corroborated, reaching the following conclusion: the inverse relationship between inflation and unemployment, estimating that for every one percentage point of increase in unemployment decreases by 0.93 percentage points to inflation being statistically significant.|
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