2010 FAES Campus

Federalismo con cooperación

Desactivar la inconstitucionalidad

Renovación y refuerzo constitucional

Reforma, regeneración y rectificación

Crisis de las instituciones

Mejorar la Justicia

Voluntad de reformas

Visible sentimiento español

Respetar las reglas de juego

 

11/07/2010

Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo y José Ignacio Wert han analizado en el Campus cuáles son las reformas que la sociedad española reclama y cómo deben llevarse a cabo.

11/07/2010

José María Aznar ha clausurado junto a Mariano Rajoy el Campus FAES. En su intervención ha explicado cómo la sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional "avala que la nación española existe, que la Constitución está en vigor y que todos la tenemos que cumplir".

11/07/2010

"Que el Tribunal Constitucional haya dictado su sentencia significa que las reglas de juego que nos dimos todos en el año 1978 y que ratificamos después en sucesivas votaciones sobre temas relacionados con esto en las Cortes Generales se cumplen", ha afirmado Mariano Rajoy.

10/07/2010

Dolores Montserrat, Julio Banacloche y Miguel Temboury han esbozado las reformas que necesita la Justicia en España para su necesaria modernización y para prestar un servicio rápido, eficaz y de calidad a los ciudadanos.

Crisis of Institutions

10/07/2010

“The balance of the situation sets this diminishing Spain, not exaggerating, before a prospect of decadence in the main chapters that define a modern society”

Reform, Regeneration and Rectification

10/07/2010

“A regenerating political project on the basis of reformist proposals is needed. We are going to live a new world and this needs changes in our personal attitude; this means that the regenerating project has to be something more than just making reforms”

Constitutional Renovation and Reinforcement

09/07/2010

“The charter approved by the Catalonian Parliament was impossible to fit within the Autonomic State, because it advocated a confederal-type model and not federal, both regarding the identity issue of Catalonia and the financing issue.

Deactivating Unconstitutionality

09/07/2010

“The Constitutional Court (TC in Spanish) interprets the preamble of the Catalonian Charter in accordance with the thesis of the preambles being not binding. The TC has decided that the concept of the Catalonian nation included in the Preamble is not binding.

Federalism with Cooperation

09/07/2010

“Any serious consideration about significant institutional reforms has to be based on a detailed knowledge of other references and models. Germany has had 60 years to learn which Spain hasn’t had”

The First Defeat of Chavism

08/07/2010

“Some of us wanted to comply with the Honduran Constitution, and from the Administration they wanted to breach it”

Rescuing Democracy

08/07/2010

“Hugo Chavez uses the virtues of democracy to dismantle constituted Powers and end with the separation of powers, a fantasy in Venezuela.

Populism and Poorism

08/07/2010

“We must strengthen freedom and the market. Reforms must be based on strengthening institutions”

Disorganised Thinking

07/07/2010

“I don’t think that the main problem is economic, I don’t even believe (and that’s believing a lot) that the essential problem is an institutional one. I think that underlying any catastrophe is disorganised thinking”

Rethinking the State

07/07/2010

“It’s no coincidence that both our countries are two of the countries suffering the crisis most and that both have socialist Governments.

Nuclear Proliferation

06/07/2010

“If the international community doesn’t stop the Iranian nuclear programme, the world will be more unstable”

Deserving to Win, Deserving to Lose

06/07/2010

“The new government seems to have conservative domestic policies and liberal European ones”

Relevance, rigor and reliability

06/07/2010

“There are three key elements for a think tank to be influential: relevance, rigor and reliability”

Freedom 200 Years Later

05/07/2010

“Two hundred years after their emancipation, Latin American nations should present a balance of their institutional development and of how they have protected individual freedoms”

Fulfilling our Own Rules

05/07/2010

“The credibility of the economic policy is vital. Governments are always searching for the ‘baddie’: speculators, rating agencies… they don’t seem to realise that maybe they’re the ‘baddies’”

A New World Map

05/07/2010

“The Treaty of Lisbon has generated a Europe that is losing significance in the international scenario, forcing itself to adapt to the new situation”

"Stability and Reforms before the Fiscal Crisis"

04/07/2010

The Economics course analyzed the consequences of the crisis and the solutions to overcome it. Austerity, credibility, reforms, fiscal consolidation, and innovation are key to overcome the crisis, which should take into account the lessons of Argentina.

Lessons from Argentina

04/07/2010

"The situation of Spain bears resemblance to that of Argentina in 2000 and 2001, and there has not managed to return to normal: they live precariously and emergence as a regular situation," warned Ricardo López Murphy.

Unavoidable Reforms

03/07/2010

Unavoidable reforms Spanish economy needs to recover competitiveness were discussed at the Economic Observatory XXIII, involving Juan Velarde, Elena Pisonero, Fernando Fernandez and Mauricio Rojas.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

03/07/2010

Peter Jungen, founding chairman of the European Business School, defends the role of the entrepreneur and the entrepreneur to boost the dynamism of the economy and capitalism as the best system for reducing poverty.

Arithmetic of Fiscal Adjustment

03/07/2010

Fiscal adjustments work. Jesús Fernández Villaverde, Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, explains the reasons why Spain has happened in just two years of a 2% surplus to a 11.5% deficit.

Globalisation, Crisis and the Fight against Poverty

02/07/2010

Blanca Moreno-Dodson: “We are facing a situation where some developing countries are more fiscally responsible than some advanced countries”

The Aftermath of the Financial Crisis

02/07/2010

Kenneth Rogoff: “Sovereign debt is soaring in many countries, but this is a common phenomenon after a financial crisis”

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