Prensa An essential reform for the US… and the world

During the last eight years, the United States has experienced the largest transfer of wealth from savers and the middle-class to the State in its history. $1.5 trillion in taxes, almost $10 trillion of new debt and $4.5 trillion of monetary expansion, for a GDP increase of $3 trillion.

Prensa Once again The New York Times

A few weeks ago, the ETA “performance” on account of the weapons caches was greeted by The New York Times with an editorial in which the newspaper dusted off all the clichés that even those progressives who harbour the most benevolent view of the terrorists have long abandoned. An entire collection of banalities that have been refuted time and again by history and by the group’s own criminal persistence were rehabilitated by a newspaper whose out-of-focus opinion regarding some of our most important problems has now been confirmed by its editorial pronouncements concerning the proposed referendum for independence in Catalonia.

Prensa Connection between the 'no' to the italian constitutional reform and the lack of leadership in Europe  

In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution. 

Prensa The answer to poorly done and plebiscitary reforms is 'no'

In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution.

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 An essential reform for the US… and the world

10.06.2017. During the last eight years, the United States has experienced the largest transfer of wealth from savers and the middle-class to the State in its history. $1.5 trillion in taxes, almost $10 trillion of new debt and $4.5 trillion of monetary expansion, for a GDP increase of $3 trillion.

Prensa Democracy and totalitarianism

10.03.2017.

Prensa Once again The New York Times

06.26.2017. A few weeks ago, the ETA “performance” on account of the weapons caches was greeted by The New York Times with an editorial in which the newspaper dusted off all the clichés that even those progressives who harbour the most benevolent view of the terrorists have long abandoned. An entire collection of banalities that have been refuted time and again by history and by the group’s own criminal persistence were rehabilitated by a newspaper whose out-of-focus opinion regarding some of our most important problems has now been confirmed by its editorial pronouncements concerning the proposed referendum for independence in Catalonia.

Prensa Connection between the 'no' to the italian constitutional reform and the lack of leadership in Europe  

02.09.2017. In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution. 

Prensa The answer to poorly done and plebiscitary reforms is 'no'

02.08.2017. In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution.

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.