Searcher
Cecilia Posadas
Cecilia Posadas
Principal Economist
Madrid

Cecilia Posadas Pérez is economist in Latin America's BBVA unit. He has worked at BBVA since April 2006, when she joined the Mexican unit in the macro and financial team as Senior Economist. In August 2013 she joined the Latam team based in Madrid where she contributes in the coordination with teams from South America.


Prior to joining BBVA, she was a worked at Ministry of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico where she was involved in macroeconomics and planning matters, and previously linked to tax collections studies.


She studied economics at the University of York in the UK and previously obtained a bachelor's degree in economics from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), where he specialized in quantitative analysis.

Latest publications

This study analyzes the framework of sustainability through the media and social networks to understand what, how, when and where sustainability is talked about, capturing which related issues emerge or are of concern, which actors are leading the debate and how they interrelate over time and across geographies.
International trade will slow down by 2030, due to both traditional factors (technology, economic development, trade policies) and new determinants (COVID-19, sustainability).
Media stress, positively correlated with new infections, has eased off lately. Sectors’ stresses vary depending on their nature. Politics is the center of the debate. Media stress related to governments diminishes as they start lifting lockdown measures, but there is a bias between the international and the national one.