Noelia Cámara
Noelia Cámara
Senior Economist

Noelia Cámara is a Senior Economist in the Digital Economy unit at BBVA Research. Her research interests include Big Data techniques, digital ecosystems, applied economics and finance. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Zaragoza (2010).

Also, she recently received a Masters in Big Data (Data Science, 2017). Before joining BBVA Research in 2013, Noelia worked, since 2010, as an Assistant Professor at the Economics department of the University Carlos III of Madrid. She was a visiting Ph.D. student at the University of Nottingham and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Vienna.

She has published several papers in international peer-reviewed journals and books, and has attended numerous conferences. In addition, she has undertaken various research engagements with the International Monetary Fund. She is a member of the Research Committee at the Center of Financial Education and Capability at BBVA.

Latest publications

DiGiX is a composite index that measures the degree of digitization in 99 countries around the world. It classifies information into three broad categories, supply conditions, demand conditions, and institutional environment.
GovTech is every technocrat’s dream. The extraordinary technological transformation we have seen in sectors such as financial services and retail trade has also reached the public sector. In a surprisingly short time, all types of interaction between the State and its citizens will be different.
FinTech is gaining momentum in financial services due to the important role of technology in reshaping the Financial System. In order to identify the dynamics created by the FinTech ecosystem, we analyse data from the media and social networks.