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Antonio Marín
Antonio Marín
Economist
Madrid

Antonio Marín Campos is a BBVA Research economist since 2007 and has spent his entire career within the BBVA Group. Nowadays he is member of the Unit of Spain and he is in charge of part of the Spanish regional analysis within BBVA Research.


Previously, he was located in the South Regional Directorate where he was responsible for organizing and giving visibility to the economic analysis of the regions of Andalusia and Extremadura, while he was in charge of the Cátedra BBVA-University Pablo de Olavide of Economic Analysis. He has participated in various conferences in both academic and businesses enviroments.

He earned a degree in Economics from the Complutense University of Madrid (2006) and a Master in Economic Analysis and Financial Economics (MAEF, 2007) also by the Complutense University. He also has a Master in Macroeconometrics and Finance (M3F, 2013-2015) by the Center for Economic and Commercial Studies (CECO-ICEX), the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IEF) and the International Menéndez Pelayo University.

Latest publications

Castilla y León tiene que elevar su crecimiento y hacerlo reduciendo los desequilibrios acumulados en el período anterior a la crisis. Estos retos pueden ser enfrentados a través del ya iniciado proceso de internacionalización y de la digitalización.
El mercado de trabajo cobró dinamismo entre abril y junio, en línea con lo anticipado por los registros de afiliación a la Seguridad Social. La estacionalidad favorable contribuyó al crecimiento del empleo, que alcanzó las 375.000 personas. Dada la atonía de la población activa, la tasa de paro se redujo dos décimas más de lo previsto hasta el 17,2%.
Dual economy in which many firms do not promote the accumulation of human capital,innovation and trade in international markets. The size of firms and its determinants, product market regulations and the environment for doing business are of paramount importance. All this in a more globalised world economy undergoing an unprecedented and disruptive technological revolution