Fernando Fernández. Professor. IE Business School
29 January 2016
The results of Spain’s latest election has left a parliament that is so broken, that the medicine needed to put the pieces together and heal the country’s wounds can only be administered by a great coalition.
Victoria Gimeno. Director Institutional Relations. IE University
31 January 2016
Sometimes, without realizing, we place ourselves, or someone else places us, in a very harmful triangle - the Karpman drama triangle.
Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School
21 January 2016
In spite of a turbulent start to 2016 the world will grow this year more than the last one, but this improvement hides a serious threat, the much put upon ten-year bond.
Enrique Dans. Professor. IE Business School
12 January 2016
Hackers now serve as researchers into our products, capable of discovering and correcting faults, bringing a clear competitive advantage.
Marco Trombetta. Vice Dean for Research. IE Business School
7 January 2016
Many countries around the world still have a long way to go where financial literacy is concerned. A recent survey has revealed that even in developed economies like that of Spain, half the population does not have a basic understanding of financial matters.