España: productividad, salarios y empleo

Ciclo Economía

España: productividad, salarios y empleo

23/Mar/2017 from 19:30 a 20:45

Madrid, Camino del Cerro del Águila, 3

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El debate económico en España está demasiado enfocado a cuestiones coyunturales, como el crecimiento del PIB. La recuperación económica de los últimos años es un dato muy positivo, pero el gobierno, las empresas y toda la sociedad debemos pensar y actuar en aquellas áreas que son relevantes para un crecimiento sólido a largo plazo. Además, la presión de la eliminación de puestos de trabajo por robots y máquinas será creciente, por lo que el empleo tenderá a disminuir. Para ello, la economía española debe orientarse hacia el logro de niveles de productividad más elevados en los distintos sectores, un modelo de empleo y formación permanente más eficiente, y, como resultado, unos  salarios más altos. Sólo de esta manera podremos tener un Estado del bienestar razonable y sostenible.

Un grupo de profesores del IESE ha trabajado en estas cuestiones durante los últimos dos años. El objetivo de esta sesión es presentar estos desafíos pendientes y trazar propuestas para un debate más profundo, fundamento de cambios en las políticas y las actitudes.

Ponentes:
Prof. Alfredo Pastor, Economía, IESE
Prof. Sandalio Gómez, Dirección de Personas en las Organizaciones, IESE

Speakers

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    Holder, Banc Sabadell Chair of Emerging Markets

    Alfredo Pastor, PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1973), is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Economics and the holder of IESE's Banco Sabadell Chair of Emerging Markets. His areas of specialization include the European Union, Spanish economic policy, the role of the state in a market economy and the economy of China. <BR> <BR>During his professional career, Prof. Pastor has occupied different positions of responsibility in the public administration and the private sector.<BR> <BR>He was Spain's Secretary of State for Economics (1993-1995), the Director of Planning and Chairman of the National Institute of Industry (INI, 1983-1985), President of ENHER (1985-1990), a board member of the Bank of Spain (1990-1993), and a Country Economist at the World Bank (1980-1981), among other positions. He has been a professor of Economic Theory since 1976.<BR> <BR>He is a member or has been a member of the boards of directors of several companies and institutions and regularly publishes in the media.<BR> <BR>After joining IESE in 1996, Alfredo Pastor also joined the faculty at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS, Shanghai), where he was the Dean from 2001 to 2004.<BR> <BR>In his career, Alfredo Pastor received the Grand Cross of the Order of Civil Merit in 2004 for his work at CEIBS, and the Godó Award in Journalism in 2011.<BR>
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    Academic Director, Center for Sport Business Management (CSBM)

    Dr. Sandalio Gómez is professor emeritus of managing people in organizations. In addition, he is director of IESE's Continuing Education program in Madrid, as well as director of the Alumni department in Madrid. He is honorary professor of the Universidad Austral in Argentina. <BR> <BR>Prof. Gomez has published numerous articles, cases and technical notes, as well as the following books: <i>Labor Relations in Europe</i>, <i>Toward a European Board of Directors</i>, <i>People and Work in Businesses of the 21st Century</i>, <i>Value creaction and sport management</i> and <i>La retribución y la carrera profesional: teoría y práctica</i>.<BR> <BR>Prof. Gomez has served as a consultant to the personnel and human resource departments of various national and international corporations.