2020: perspectivas económicas

Ciclo Economía

2020: perspectivas económicas

13/Feb/2020 from 19:00 a 20:30

Barcelona, IESE Aula Magna Campus Norte (Arnús i Garí, 5)

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Parece que este año va a ser el resultado de la inercia y las ganas de luchar. Inercia, porque 2019 fue un año.. digamos decente, con un crecimiento suficiente, pero no espectacular. Y ganas de luchar, porque los retos siguen siendo muchos, desde la incertidumbre sobre las políticas económicas en España hasta el Brexit, una guerra comercial que parece que no va a estallar, una nueva Comisión Europea, una geopolítica complicada o una China en proceso de cambio. Hablaremos de todo esto, con la vista puesta en las necesidades de las empresas.  

Ponentes
Prof. Antonio Argandoña, Profesor de Economía y Ética Empresarial, IESE
Prof. Xavier Vives, Profesor de Economía y Dirección Financiera, IESE 

Speakers

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    Emeritus Professor of Economics and Business Ethics and Holder of the CaixaBank Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility, IESE

    Emeritus Professor of Economics and Business Ethics and holder of the CaixaBank Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility of the IESE Business School, University of Navarra. Economist of training, he received his PhD in Economics from the University of Barcelona in 1969. He is a Member of the Real Academia de Ciencias Económicas y Financieras de España (Royal Academy of Economics and Finance), Chairman of the Comité de Normativa y Ética Profesional (Committee of Standards and Professional Ethics) of the Association of Economists of Catalonia, member of the Commission on Corporate Social Responsibility and Anti-Corruption of the International Chamber of Commerce of Paris and of the Commission on Control and Transparency of the FC Barcelona. He belongs to ethical committees of financial institutions, business associations and the media, as well as to the editorial board of several scientific publications of international prestige. He is also the Editorial Director of IESE Insight and IESE Alumni Magazine. He has published numerous books and articles on macroeconomics, monetary economics, Spanish and international economics, business ethics, economic ethics, corporate social responsibility and related topics. 
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    Holder, Abertis Chair of Regulation, Competition and Public Policy / Academic Director, Public-Private Sector Research Center (SP-SP)

    Xavier Vives is professor of Economics and Finance, Abertis Chair of Regulation, Competition and Public Policy, and academic director of the Public-Private Research Center at IESE Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from UC Berkeley.<P>He is Research Fellow of CESifo, and was member of its European Economic Advisory Group from 2001 to 2011. Research Fellow of the Center for Economic Policy Research, where he served as Director of the Industrial Organization Program in 1991-1997. Fellow of the Econometric Society since 1992 and elected member of its Council in 2006-2008; of the European Economic Association since 2004 and elected member of its Council 1991-1995; and Research Associate of the European Corporate Governance Institute. He is a member of the Advisory Board for Economic Recovery of the Government of Catalonia and in 2011 he was appointed Special Advisor to the Vicepresident of the European Commission and Commissioner for Competition, Mr Joaquín Almunia.<P>From 2001 to 2005 he was Professor of Economics and Finance and The Portuguese Council Chaired Professor of European Studies at INSEAD, and from 1991 to 2001, Director of the Institut d'Anàlisi Econòmica, CSIC. He has taught at Harvard University, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Pennsylvania, and New York University (King Juan Carlos I Chair). From 2003 until 2013, he was member of the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy at the European Commission.<P>His fields of interest are industrial organization and regulation, the economics of information, and banking and financial economics. He has published in the main international journals and is the author of <i>Information and Learning in Markets: the Impact of Market Microstructure</i> (Princeton University Press, 2008), <i>Oligopoly Pricing: Old Ideas and New Tools</i> (MIT Press, 1999), editor of <i>Competition Policy in Europe: Fifty Years on from the Treaty of Rome</i> (OUP, 2009), <i>Capital Markets and Financial Intermediation</i> (CUP, 2000), and co-editor of <i>Capital Markets and Financial Intermediation</i> (CUP, 1993). He has been editor of the <i>International Journal of Industrial Organization</i> in 1993-1997, of the <i>Journal of the European Economic Association</i> in 1998-2008 and currently he is editor of the <i>Journal of Economic Theory</i> and co-editor of the <i>Journal of Economics and Management Strategy</i>.<P>His current research interests include dynamic rivalry, innovation and competition, banking crisis and regulation, information and financial markets, and competition policy.<P>He has received several research awards: King Juan Carlos I Prize in 1988; the Catalan Society for Economics Prize in 1996; the Narcís Monturiol Medal in 2002; the Catalonia Economics Prize in 2005; an European Research Council Advanced Grant in 2008, and the Jaime I Prize in Economics in 2013. He is member of the Institut d?Estudis Catalans since 2011 and of the Academia Europaea since 2012.<P>Dr. Vives has been an advisor and consultant on competition, regulation, and corporate governance issues for the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the European Commission, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, as well as for major international corporations. He is a member of the board and President of the Audit and Control Committee of CaixaBank. He is an occasional columnist for <i>La Vanguardia</i>, <i>El País</i>, <i>Project Syndicate</i>, <i>Vox</i>, <i>Financial Times</i> and <i>The Wall Street Journal</i>.