Puzzled Europe: A review of imperfect democracy and the European social model by Joaquín Almunia y Daniel Innerarity
November 22nd, 2018The debate between Joaquín Almunia and Daniel Innerarity on the future of Europe is the last of the 5 part series of dialogues on “Inequality and Democracy” organized by the Ernest Lluch Foundation and the Ivie.
November 16th, 2018
Aunque el esfuerzo innovador de la Comunitat Valenciana es un 23% inferior a la media nacional, en los últimos años se ha conseguido recortar la brecha que le separa de España de 0,7 a 0,4 puntos porcentuales
November 15th, 2018
The time it takes for someone hired on a temporary contract to be made permanent has doubled since the crisis, reaching an average of eight years
Sara de la Rica and Aitor Lacuesta took the lead in the fourth of the 5 part series of dialogues on “Inequality and Democracy” organized by the Ernest Lluch Foundation and the Ivie in Valencia
November 14th, 2018
Head of the Structural Analysis Division of the Bank of Spain, Aitor Lacuesta, and Professor Sara de la Rica will review inequalities in the labor market regarding the existing gap between rich (mainly in managerial positions) and poor workers.
November 8th, 2018
The City of Arts and Sciences generated an economic impact of 111.1 million euros of income on the Valencian economy and supported 3,461 jobs, according to the study carried out by the Ivie.
November 5th, 2018
José María Roldán calls for agility to adapt banking sector regulations to the fast-paced financial technological environment
The Chairman and CEO of the Spanish Banking Association discussed the opportunities and risks posed by technological innovations at the 9th Conference on the Spanish Banking Sector, organized by the Ivie
November 5th, 2018
Chairman and CEO of the Spanish Banking Association, José María Roldán will be analyzing one of the most important challenges facing the banking sector: new emerging technological phenomena (e.g. blockchain, fintech, big data) which are having a strong impact on the banking business and are increasing competition in the sector.
October 31st, 2018
In 2017, the University of Cordoba's activities generated 369 million euros and 8,677 jobs in the Spanish region of Andalusia. These are some of the results from the report on the socio-economic contribution of the University of Cordoba.
October 30th, 2018
Quotas are necessary because although men and women are considered equal, they start out from clearly unequal positions
Cristina Gallach and Lina Gálvez discussed gender inequality in the third of the 5 Dialogues on "Inequality and Democracy" organized by the Ivie and the Ernest Lluch Foundation in Valencia.