José Carlos Díez
Economist and best-selling author. Professor at the University of Alcalá (Madrid)
In 1959 there was a 60-point difference between Spain’s per capita income and that of Germany, as is the case with Bulgaria now. Since then, we have lost our fear of globalization, restructured our production system and overcome critical moments equal to or worse than the current one.
José Carlos Díez is one of the most prominent economists today and author of bestseller “Hay vida después de la crisis” (There is Life After the Crisis).
He has been Chief Economist at Intermoney for nine years, Spain's largest public debt securities broker. According to a recent study by ESADE business school, Intermoney overcame the precise ranking in the forecasts of the Funcas panel from 2005. He also makes forecasts as a consultant on the expert panel of the ECB.
"In 1959, Spain's per capita income was 60 points higher than Germany's. We have since lost our fear of globalization, restructured our production system, and faced critical moments equal to or worse than the present one."
He also teaches Global Economic Prospects in the University of Alcalá in Madrid and works with IE Business School. Additionally, he’s part of radio program “La Brújula de la economía” and makes frequent appearances in both spanish and international media like The Economist, Bloomberg, Financial Times, Reuters, and CNB.
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