May 31st, 2018This seminar will examine the consequences that the increase in the aging population in Spain has on the sustainability of the Spanish welfare state, focusing on the pension system and the challenges it poses.
May 21st, 2018
The European Commission has just released the latest data on the ICT sector. The report, developed by JRC and Ivie, reveals the dynamic behavior of the Asia-Pacific countries in comparison to the European Union.
May 17th, 2018
Eduardo Bandrés: “The protection system isn’t working for the 4.5 million people who live on less than 10 euros a day”
The Professor from the University of Zaragoza analyses the welfare state’s redistributive mechanisms in the inaugural lecture of IvieLAB, the Ivie’s Laboratory for the Analysis and Evolution of Public Policy
April 30th, 2018
Unit labor costs in Spain have increased 25%, thus losing competitiveness with respect to the European Union
Since the start of the century, unit labor costs, which link wages with productivity, have increased in Spain six points more than the average of the European Union (18.7%), indicating a loss of competitiveness.
April 23rd, 2018
The 2016 Financially Sustainable Investments Plan of the Provincial Council of Valencia generated 1,207 jobs
The Financially Sustainable Investments Plan carried out in 2016 by the Provincial Council of Valencia funded 1,581 projects for 840 participating firms, investing a total of 69.1 million euros.
April 18th, 2018
Population with no access to a local bank branch in their town or village has increased 34% since 2008
A total of 1,256,590 people in Spain lack access to a bank branch in their place of residence. This number represents 2.7% of the Spanish population, compared to 2% in 2008. Half of the country’s towns have no banks.
April 6th, 2018
In recent years, firms in the Valencian Community have increased their investment efforts, gearing them towards assets with a greater capacity to generate value added. Since 2007, Valencian firms have increased by 10 percentage points their investment in knowledge-intensive assets.
April 4th, 2018
The correct application of the current funding model would have reduced regional debt by 84,500 million euros
Deficiencies in implementing the current funding model have resulted in a loss of 11.8% of the income received by the Spanish autonomous communities under the common funding system between 2009 and 2015.
March 28th, 2018
Women represent 54% of the students enrolled in the Valencian public universities and 56% of young teachers (aged 30-35)
The SIUVP website, which gathers information on the Valencian public universities, has updated its indicators. As a novelty, data on the number of students, teachers and administrative staff has been disaggregated by gender.