Prensa "Macroeconomic populism compromises Spain's ability to cope with the slowdown"

2019 llega a su fin caracterizado por una desaceleración en las principales zonas económicas del mundo, si bien los indicadores alejan una recesión inminente. En este contexto el caso de España merece especial mención, ensombrecido por los posibles acuerdos entre izquierda y extrema izquierda. La preocupación que genera la apuesta por el populismo macroeconómico, unida a la situación fiscal y a la insostenibilidad de la deuda pública, llevan al profesor del IE Business School Ignacio Muñoz-Alonso a alertar de la comprometida situación en la que quedaría España para afrontar la desaceleración.

Prensa FAES 'Brexit' Special

La Fundación FAES viene analizando en detalle las consecuencias de la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión Europea tras el referéndum de junio de 2016. Firmadas por expertos analistas y académicos, estas publicaciones explican desde diferentes puntos de vista los efectos para ambas partes, sobre quién recae la responsabilidad última de la decisión y el proceso de desvinculación puesto en marcha.

Prensa Brexit and parliamentary democracy in the UK

A broad analysis of Brexit should include three interconnected dimensions: a crisis of a legal-constitutional nature, a crisis of parties and political representativeness, and a third socio-economic dimension. Thus, the British are facing a process of constitutional readjustment that aligns their institutions with a different political, economic and cultural reality; and they are doing so in an intense debate, exposed to the light and inelegant.

Prensa The impact of the digital revolution in the political campaigns

Nicco Mele, Head of the Shorenstein Center on Media Politics and Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, has discoursed about the impact of the digital revolution on the political campaigns and how it raises new challenges for democracy, in this FAES #Videoanalysis before the seminary organised by the Foundation and the US Embassy.

Prensa Who should manage the public services in Spain?

The dogmatic prejudice about the ‘remunicipalisation of public services’ satisfies the left, and that makes it necessary to untangle the lies and move forward to a public-private collaboration model.

Prensa Brexit and parliamentary democracy in the UK

A broad analysis of Brexit should include three interconnected dimensions: a crisis of a legal-constitutional nature, a crisis of parties and political representativeness, and a third socio-economic dimension. Thus, the British are facing a process of constitutional readjustment that aligns their institutions with a different political, economic and cultural reality; and they are doing so in an intense debate, exposed to the light and inelegant.

Prensa Analysis about the platform economy and its regulation

The groundbreaking innovation in service delivery progresses at a lightning speed and the current technology, not the future technology but the one that already exists, makes possible to share knowledge about goods and services to exchange them in a more efficient way. Rocio Albert, asks to establish new “game” rules for everyone, the reason is that the digital transformation has turned them upside down in such a way that the existent rules make no sense.

Prensa "Macroeconomic populism compromises Spain's ability to cope with the slowdown"

11.21.2019. 2019 llega a su fin caracterizado por una desaceleración en las principales zonas económicas del mundo, si bien los indicadores alejan una recesión inminente. En este contexto el caso de España merece especial mención, ensombrecido por los posibles acuerdos entre izquierda y extrema izquierda. La preocupación que genera la apuesta por el populismo macroeconómico, unida a la situación fiscal y a la insostenibilidad de la deuda pública, llevan al profesor del IE Business School Ignacio Muñoz-Alonso a alertar de la comprometida situación en la que quedaría España para afrontar la desaceleración.

Prensa FAES 'Brexit' Special

10.22.2019. La Fundación FAES viene analizando en detalle las consecuencias de la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión Europea tras el referéndum de junio de 2016. Firmadas por expertos analistas y académicos, estas publicaciones explican desde diferentes puntos de vista los efectos para ambas partes, sobre quién recae la responsabilidad última de la decisión y el proceso de desvinculación puesto en marcha.

Prensa Brexit and parliamentary democracy in the UK

10.22.2019. A broad analysis of Brexit should include three interconnected dimensions: a crisis of a legal-constitutional nature, a crisis of parties and political representativeness, and a third socio-economic dimension. Thus, the British are facing a process of constitutional readjustment that aligns their institutions with a different political, economic and cultural reality; and they are doing so in an intense debate, exposed to the light and inelegant.

Prensa The impact of the digital revolution in the political campaigns

06.04.2019. Nicco Mele, Head of the Shorenstein Center on Media Politics and Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, has discoursed about the impact of the digital revolution on the political campaigns and how it raises new challenges for democracy, in this FAES #Videoanalysis before the seminary organised by the Foundation and the US Embassy.

Prensa Who should manage the public services in Spain?

05.14.2019. The dogmatic prejudice about the ‘remunicipalisation of public services’ satisfies the left, and that makes it necessary to untangle the lies and move forward to a public-private collaboration model.

Publicaciones Brexit and parliamentary democracy in the UK

10.22.2019. A broad analysis of Brexit should include three interconnected dimensions: a crisis of a legal-constitutional nature, a crisis of parties and political representativeness, and a third socio-economic dimension. Thus, the British are facing a process of constitutional readjustment that aligns their institutions with a different political, economic and cultural reality; and they are doing so in an intense debate, exposed to the light and inelegant.

Publicaciones Analysis about the platform economy and its regulation

03.20.2018. The groundbreaking innovation in service delivery progresses at a lightning speed and the current technology, not the future technology but the one that already exists, makes possible to share knowledge about goods and services to exchange them in a more efficient way. Rocio Albert, asks to establish new “game” rules for everyone, the reason is that the digital transformation has turned them upside down in such a way that the existent rules make no sense.