Searcher
Luis Antonio Espinosa
Luis Antonio Espinosa
Economist
Mexico

Luis Antonio Espinosa Carrasco is Economist at BBVA in Mexico. He is part of the work team in charge of analyzing topics of inclusion and financial education, social policy, inequality, poverty and vulnerable groups.

Before joining BBVA research, Luis was in charge of the analysis and research as a coordinator of the Evaluation and financial education department, by collaborating in the development of strategies and instruments for monitoring and evaluation of the Financial Education Program.

He is a graduate of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he completed a degree in Economics with honors. Additionally, Luis was a research assistant at the Institute of Economic Research (IIEc) in projects with topics related to the global and regional financial system.

Latest publications

Next Monday, March 9, a national strike called “A day without us (women)” will take place. The economic impact is estimated to reach 34,571 million pesos: 23,200 million pesos in paid economic activities and 11,371 million pesos for unpaid work in domestic and care activities.
An analysis of economic variables and through Big Data is made to quantify the effects of sargassum in the tourist activity of Quintana Roo in 2019. The results do not find solid evidence in this regard, either because it was not a relevant factor or by the success of mitigation actions.
The infographic contains information on the countries of South America, where it is highlighted that, in 2018, the region received 18.5 billion USD on remittances and, in 2017, there were 12.0 million emigrants.