This paper examines Spain’s recent economic history, both before and after its recession, with a focus on employment, contributions to GDP growth, and the current account balance. It concludes that the economic recovery that began in the second half of 2013 is not the result of austerity policies, and is unlikely to rescue Spain from mass unemployment in the foreseeable future.Lire la suite
Un informe del Centro de Investigación en Economía y Política (Center for Economic and Policy Research, CEPR) concluye que la recuperación económica que inició en la segunda mitad de 2013 no es consecuencia de las políticas de austeridad y que es improbable que esta recuperación salve a España del desempleo masivo en un futuro próximo.Lire la suite
Just hours after a general strike, which magnitude and extension were denied, Spain’s government has announced $36 billion in new budget cuts, as it attempts to reassure the European Union that it will not need a financial bailout.Lire la suite
The meeting "Living in debtocracy: Debt in the North: learning from the South" will seek to provide keys to understand and tackle debt and the current economic crisis we are suffering.
IES Lope de Vega - Calle San Bernardoo 70 (esquina calle Daoíz 4)