Recently, the COVID-19 crisis has highlighted how the Spanish pension system's financial sustainability problems are worsening. The Ministry of Social Security is predicting a GDP deficit of 4.1% for 2020.
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Javier Alonso has a Bachelor’s Degree and PhD in Economics from Complutense University in Madrid and a Master’s Degree specialisation in Industrial Economics in the Pharmaceutical Sector from Carlos III University.He has previously worked at FEDEA, the Institute of Tax Studies, as a Senior Researcher, as well as in Novartis (as a financial controller) and in the European Central Bank as a consultant. He has also been an associate professor at Carlos III University and CEU San Pablo University.He was Chief Economist for Financial Inclusion and currently he belongs to Financial Systems team. He is involved in topics related to modelling pension systems, infrastructure, and Big Data. He also coordinates a work group on digital economy issues with the OECD.
December 27, 2018