Analysis of economic growth in Spain
On the occasion of the publication of the book "Spanish Economic Growth, 1850-2015", (Palgrave Macmillan 2017), by Leandro Prados de la Escosura, Professor of Economic History at the University Carlos III of Madrid, a dialogue took place on 9 April 2018 at the Rafael del Pino Foundation between the author, Joaquín Almunia, former Vice-President of the European Commission and former European Commissioner for Competition, and Luis Garicano, Professor of Economics and Strategy and Director of the Centre for Digital Economy at IE Business School.
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