01/07/2014. Fátima Báñez, Minister of Employment and Social Security, took part in the second day of the 2014 FAES Campus and delivered the conference “Employment in Spain: Between the Labour Reform and Recovery”. José María Aznar, President of FAES Foundation; Javier Zarzalejos, Director of the Campus and Miguel Marín, Director of the FAES Foundation Economy and Public Policies Department, also participated in the session.
01/07/2014. FAES Foundation launched, Tuesday 1st, a report on the labour market in Spain, in which its current situation is analysed and ten proposals for improvement are developed. Some of them are: simplifying contract modalities and supporting hiring, adopting incentives to job search by modulating the unemployment benefit or to training and breaking the link between salaries and CPI. Read the document
01/07/2014. 2014 FAES Campus on employment and delivered an address on “Employment from the Successful Perspective”. José María Aznar, President of FAES Foundation, Javier Zarzalejos, FAES Campus Director, Miguel Marín, Director of FAES Foundation Economy and Public Policies, and Chile’s former Finance Minister, Juan Pablo Longueira, also took part in the session.
01/07/2014. Schäuble and De Guindos | Deleverage, Credit and Employment | Báñez | FAES presents ten proposals to improve the situation of the Spanish labour market | Rosell | Employment from the Sucessful perspective
30/06/2014. /06.30.2014/. – The Federal Finance Minister of Germany, Wolfgang Schäuble, stated that “there is no alternative between reducing public debt and boosting growth” and “Spain has been an example of this throughout the last two years”. Schäuble addressed the opening session of the Economy course of the 2014 FAES Campus together with the Spanish Minister of Economy and Competiveness, Luis de Guindos, who stated that “today Spanish economy is at a recovery phase” and “has achieved four quarters of positive growth, increasingly intense”.
30/06/2014. The first day of the 2014 FAES Campus was completed this afternoon with the round table “Deleverage, Credit and Employment”. Román Escolano, President of the ICO Foundation; José Manuel González-Páramo, former member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank’s and Elga Bartsch, Morgan Stanley’s Chief European Economist took part in it. Miguel Marín, Director of the FAES Economy and Public Policies Department introduced the speakers and chaired the roundtable.
30/06/2014. María Dolores de Cospedal, Secretary-General of the People’s Party and President of Castilla la Mancha, opened the eleventh edition of FAES Campus, which will take place until next Sunday, 6 July. In the photo, Cospedal with José María Aznar, former Prime Minister of Spain and President of FAES Foundation, who delivered a welcome address; Jesús Posada, President of the Congress of Deputies; and Javier Zarzalejos, Director of the Campus. Read Cospedal's address
29/05/2014. El Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de FAES ha reunido en la sede de la Fundación a casi un centenar de representantes del Movimiento Estudiantil Venezolano. En el encuentro se ha abordado la evolución de la situación política en Venezuela, en particular el recrudecimiento del acoso y la represión contra la oposición democrática.