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Rather than celebrating populism’s containment, MEPs must instead prepare to dampen its influence by responding to the genuine concerns of their citizens, reducing elitist inclinations, and opposing radical rhetoric.

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If these elections are carried out without talking about the economy, as Sanchez's government pretends, it will be a democratic fraud like that of 2008, taking into account the promises made and the results obtained.

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Prensa How to guarantee the welfare model?

07.02.2019. ‘How to guarantee the welfare model?’ was the title of the second conference’s closing dialogue of the 2019 FAES Summer Course. Among the participants were José Antonio Herce, associate director of Analistas Financieros Internacionales (AFI); Fernando Becker, Applied Economics professor from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid), and Gregorio Izquierdo, PhD doctor in Economic Science from UNED (Spanish national non-in-person university).

Prensa 2019 EU Elections Results: Why Populism Still Matters

06.10.2019. Rather than celebrating populism’s containment, MEPs must instead prepare to dampen its influence by responding to the genuine concerns of their citizens, reducing elitist inclinations, and opposing radical rhetoric.

Prensa The economy, ...is the economy!

04.04.2019. If these elections are carried out without talking about the economy, as Sanchez's government pretends, it will be a democratic fraud like that of 2008, taking into account the promises made and the results obtained.

Prensa The regulatory contradictions of the electricity sector

03.25.2019. The energy transition provides Spain with many opportunities and it should lead to a leap in the competitiveness with certainty from the political consensus and intelligent planning.

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