Prensa Emmanuel Macron gets another opportunity for the French republican system

Macron will be President next May7, except complete surprise, and he will have the task to attract that rough 40% of voters which have showed themselves supporters of taking down the Fifth Republic towards his government and towards the political system. And Macron is the last home. We will see very soon the success or the failure of this mission.

Prensa A reformist mindset for the public accounts

Spain has done much –much more than what was expected by analysts and international investors five years ago– to develop its economy and successfully compete in the international economy, to have a growth pattern without any disparities and to create employment. The reforms in the work, financial and competition advocacy spheres have been ambitious and –even though they need constant review and updating–, at last, successful. But indeed all these partial hits allow displaying with contrast and sharpness the great pending task: the structural reform of public revenue and expenditure.

Prensa Labour Tsunami in Recruitment

In the social issues, beyond their economical content, certain figures and numbers acquire, in a precise moment, an almost magical inordinate value, as it happened with the 35-hour work week in due course, and it’s happening now after the judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union last 14th September with the 20-day compensation as a possible remedy for one of the major endemic problems that the Spanish labour market is going through: the rate of temporary employment.

Prensa Timely Contributions

Only two weeks before the elections of 20 December 2015 some very clear messages were delivered so that citizens could be aware of what to expect. Perhaps the most important one was stated by an excellent economist, much criticized for accepting his appointment as Deputy Minister of Economy in the Zapatero government, Jose Manuel Campa. Now, in a statement to Aida Collado, published in Gijón's newspaper El Comercio, on November 29, 2015, he declared nothing less than what follows. First, it is necessary to solve the problems of indebtedness and excessive unemployment, but "if we understand the recovery in terms of the growth of GDP, it is growing (recovery does exist here), in terms of employment, jobs are also beginning to grow." The threats of indebtedness logically push him to argue...

Prensa 'Reforms Required to Continue Progressing Towards Full Employment' and more

Jaime García-Legaz: Las necesarias reformas para continuar hacia el pleno empleo Alberto Carnero:La Europa reunificada como parte de la comunidad atlántica EspañolJavier Zarzalejos: Reforma constitucional: ¿hay alguien ahí? Miguel Ángel Cortés: La excepción cultural: antidemocrática y perjudicial para la cultura en español 

Prensa Emmanuel Macron gets another opportunity for the French republican system

04.26.2017. Macron will be President next May7, except complete surprise, and he will have the task to attract that rough 40% of voters which have showed themselves supporters of taking down the Fifth Republic towards his government and towards the political system. And Macron is the last home. We will see very soon the success or the failure of this mission.

Prensa Dutch general elections

03.17.2017.

Prensa A reformist mindset for the public accounts

10.28.2016. Spain has done much –much more than what was expected by analysts and international investors five years ago– to develop its economy and successfully compete in the international economy, to have a growth pattern without any disparities and to create employment. The reforms in the work, financial and competition advocacy spheres have been ambitious and –even though they need constant review and updating–, at last, successful. But indeed all these partial hits allow displaying with contrast and sharpness the great pending task: the structural reform of public revenue and expenditure.

Prensa Labour Tsunami in Recruitment

10.26.2016. In the social issues, beyond their economical content, certain figures and numbers acquire, in a precise moment, an almost magical inordinate value, as it happened with the 35-hour work week in due course, and it’s happening now after the judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union last 14th September with the 20-day compensation as a possible remedy for one of the major endemic problems that the Spanish labour market is going through: the rate of temporary employment.

Prensa Timely Contributions

01.11.2016. Only two weeks before the elections of 20 December 2015 some very clear messages were delivered so that citizens could be aware of what to expect. Perhaps the most important one was stated by an excellent economist, much criticized for accepting his appointment as Deputy Minister of Economy in the Zapatero government, Jose Manuel Campa. Now, in a statement to Aida Collado, published in Gijón's newspaper El Comercio, on November 29, 2015, he declared nothing less than what follows. First, it is necessary to solve the problems of indebtedness and excessive unemployment, but "if we understand the recovery in terms of the growth of GDP, it is growing (recovery does exist here), in terms of employment, jobs are also beginning to grow." The threats of indebtedness logically push him to argue...

Publicaciones 'Reforms Required to Continue Progressing Towards Full Employment' and more

09.01.2004. Jaime García-Legaz: Las necesarias reformas para continuar hacia el pleno empleo Alberto Carnero:La Europa reunificada como parte de la comunidad atlántica EspañolJavier Zarzalejos: Reforma constitucional: ¿hay alguien ahí? Miguel Ángel Cortés: La excepción cultural: antidemocrática y perjudicial para la cultura en español