Prensa 2019: moderate growth and interest rates raise by the end of the year

The ECB's announcement to postpone the increase of interest rates 'at least' until the end of the year coincides with Professor Ignacio Muñoz Alonso's analysis: there is a sense of ‘injury time’ between agents and operators.

Prensa 2012 Labour Reform. Why tamper with what is already working?

The Government announced its intention to “eliminate the most detrimental aspects of the 2012 Labour Reform” and plans to do it through a decree-law forcing the democratic institutions to the maximum. In the latest #FAESVideoanalysis Miguel Marín, the head of the economic area of the Foundation explains the positive performance of the reform since its entry into force and emphasises the contradictions that fly over the government's stubbornness with this issue.

Prensa The new Counter-Terrorism Strategy: Beyond rhetoric

After decades of suffering terrorism, of success and sacrifices, of failures and learnt lessons, the irresponsible political exploitation continues to be used in such a critical area for our society and security. And this is an urgent challenge for the next Government.

Prensa Franco-German Treaty of Aachen

The European Union is fragmented and divided. The treaty recently signed by France and Germany represents a new step in bilateral relations, but it should not convey the image of a duumvirate: the agreement represents an insufficient meeting point to develop the European project.

Prensa The necessary tax reform

FAES advocates for a comprehensive, equitable and efficient fiscal reform oriented towards economic growth and employment which denies that the only way to close the public deficit is to increase revenues by forcing existing tax rates or creating new ones.  

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 2019: moderate growth and interest rates raise by the end of the year

03.08.2019. The ECB's announcement to postpone the increase of interest rates 'at least' until the end of the year coincides with Professor Ignacio Muñoz Alonso's analysis: there is a sense of ‘injury time’ between agents and operators.

Prensa 2012 Labour Reform. Why tamper with what is already working?

03.01.2019. The Government announced its intention to “eliminate the most detrimental aspects of the 2012 Labour Reform” and plans to do it through a decree-law forcing the democratic institutions to the maximum. In the latest #FAESVideoanalysis Miguel Marín, the head of the economic area of the Foundation explains the positive performance of the reform since its entry into force and emphasises the contradictions that fly over the government's stubbornness with this issue.

Prensa The new Counter-Terrorism Strategy: Beyond rhetoric

02.28.2019. After decades of suffering terrorism, of success and sacrifices, of failures and learnt lessons, the irresponsible political exploitation continues to be used in such a critical area for our society and security. And this is an urgent challenge for the next Government.

Prensa Franco-German Treaty of Aachen

02.18.2019. The European Union is fragmented and divided. The treaty recently signed by France and Germany represents a new step in bilateral relations, but it should not convey the image of a duumvirate: the agreement represents an insufficient meeting point to develop the European project.

Prensa The necessary tax reform

02.13.2019. FAES advocates for a comprehensive, equitable and efficient fiscal reform oriented towards economic growth and employment which denies that the only way to close the public deficit is to increase revenues by forcing existing tax rates or creating new ones.  

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.