Julián Cubero
Julián Cubero
Lead Economist

J. Julián Cubero has been Lead Economist of the Economics of Climate Change Cluster at BBVA Research since March 2020. The area deals with the study from the point of view of economic analysis of environmental sustainability and the impacts resulting from climate change, both by physical factors and the transition to a low greenhouse gas emissions economy.

Previously, J. Julián Cubero has been at BBVA Research: Spanish economy Chief Economist (October 2006-December 2008), Chief Economist-Macroeconomic Analysis of Mexico (January 2009 -August 2012), Chief Economist-Economic Scenarios (September 2012-May 2016) and Chief Economist for Economic Modeling and Long-Term Analysis area (June 2016-February 2020).

J. Julián Cubero holds a degree in Economics - Quantitative Economics - from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Latest publications

Climate Change United Nations issues a fresh set of climate warnings: the commitments made under the Paris Agreement are not enough to decarbonize the economy. Simply warning about the risks is not enough.
For a successful transition to a decarbonized economy, public policies must be aligned so that the private sector can multiply its positive impact through the incentive of economic profitability.
The earth's temperature records of recent years far exceed the historical baseline averages. It is beyond all doubt that the main reason for the upward trend in global temperatures is the highest level of concentration of carbon in the atmosphere caused by economic activity.