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Questions about the recovery

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Should wages be increased? If so, by how much? Can the export sector continue to drive growth in employment? Is a bubble being formed in the property market? These are some of the questions that will be asked now that the Spanish economy is entering a phase of prolonged growth.

Geographies:Spain

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Tourism, insecurity and opportunity

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The end of 2016 will bring new record figures for the Spanish tourism sector. This development is crucial for an economy that, after the crisis, needed to increase its exposure to external demand and develop labour-intensive sectors. What is the cause of this strong performance?

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Forecasting travelers in Spain with Google queries

Document Number 16/21

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We examine whether web search queries help economic agents with predictions about the checking in and overnight stays of travelers in Spain in real time. We show that the models including queries outperform models that exclude these leading indicators. In this way, we aim to contribute to the literature on the link between the Internet and the tourism market.

Geographies:Spain

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Mexico becomes established as one the top ten global tourist destinations

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World tourism has continued to grow in spite of the global economic uncertainty. Mexico marked a return to a top-ten ranking among international tourist destinations worldwide in 2014 by number of arrivals, while in terms of receipts it was placed 22nd. Global receipts and expenditure generated by international tourism. International tourism in Mexico is performing well

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Spain | Potential channels of contagion of economic shocks in China and Greece

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China and Greece face the worsening of their growth expectations. Given the low importance of trade flows with both countries, the effect of these shocks on the spanish economy will be limited. If these shocks become a significant downturn in global trade flows or trigger an uncertainty increase in financial markets, the impact on Spanish economy would be greater.

Geographies:Spain

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