Daniela Filip
Daniela Filip

Daniela Filip has been an economist at the BBVA Research since 2019, and she has been developing her career at the BBVA Group until now. Currently, she is a member of the Spain Unit.

Previous to this position, she worked at the European Central Bank in the DG-Economics, more precisely, in the Euro Area External Sector and Euro Adoption Division. Moreover, she worked in the Audit department at Deloitte.

In 2018, she graduated from her Master in Economics of Globalization and European Integration at the University of Antwerp (cum laude) and in 2017 she obtained her Bachelor in Economics at the University of Barcelona.

Latest publications

The disruption of value chains, due to COVID-19, may be one of the factors slowing down the recovery of the Spanish economy in the coming months. The manufacturing sector would be the most exposed due to its high degree of dependence on foreign inputs.
Between 2013 and 2018, the disparities in GDP per capita between the Autonomous Communities have barely reduced. This is unusual given that regional convergence in Spain has always appeared to be cyclical in nature.
Regional convergence has been slow during the recovery. Lower income regions are creating employment at high rates but their low productivity growth is a burden. Attracting investment, reducing employment procyclicality and policies aimed at improving demographic dynamics would boost convergence.