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Angie Suárez
Angie Suárez
Senior Economist
Madrid

Angie Suárez has been an economist with BBVA Research since 2010, having spent her entire career so far in the BBVA Group. At present she is the senior economist in the Spain and Portugal Unit and is in charge of part of the analysis of the Spanish regions and the Portuguese economy in BBVA Research.


She gained a degree in Economics from ESPOL (Ecuador) in 2008 and also has a master’s degree in Macroeconometrics and Finance from the Menéndez Pelayo International University (joint programme with CECO-ICEX-IEF).

Latest publications

BBVA Research has used decision trees to show that the difference in the Spanish provinces' productive structure was one of the fundamental determining factors in explaining the initial decrease in employment caused by the national lockdown.
The use of Decision Trees shows that the initial employment contraction induced by national lockdown was, with few exceptions, more intense in the Spanish provinces with the greatest weight of the hospitality industry, agriculture, commerce and those dependent on a poorly diversified service economy.
In this work, a model has been developed to find out the deviation of housing prices from an estimated equilibrium level, both at regional and provincial level, as well as to forecast its evolution. The results obtained show the high heterogeneity of the Spanish real estate market.