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Joseba Barandiaran
Joseba Barandiaran
Senior Economist
Spain

Joseba Barandiaran is a economist  in BBVA Research. He is a member of the Spain Unit econonomists´ team leaded by Miguel Cardoso, and works on regional analysis of Spain autonomous regions.


Before Joseba Barandiaran worked on several positions for BBVA´s Risk Unit, from Market Risk to Structural Risks including the team leadership of the Liquidity Risk Unit and coordination staff of Latin American treasury desks.


He got his undergraduate degree on Economics at the Universidad del País Vasco-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea in 1996 and a Master´s degree in Economics an and Finance by the Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI) in 1998. He is a member of the Governing Council of the Economists´ Basque Association.

Latest publications

Spain is not different. Just as in other developed countries, the country’s economy has shown a trend towards deindustrialisation and tertiarisation. Should this worry us? The authorities seem to be concerned.
The Spanish economy has been experiencing a trend toward deindustrialization and tertiarization since the 1980s. This has seemingly led to a pattern of "premature deindustrialization" in some of Spain's autonomous communities; that is, a reduced proportion of the total workforce in manufacturing before having reached the levels of prosperity of other regions that were industrialized earlier.