BBVA Research and University of Valencia
Rafael Doménech is Chief Economist for Developed Economies of BBVA Research and Professor of Economics at the University of Valencia.
MSc in Economics, London School of Economics. PhD in Economics, University of Valencia. Director General and Deputy Director of the Economic Bureau of the Spanish Prime Minister (2007-8). He has been external consultant in the OECD, the European Commission and the Fundación de Economía Analítica. He also has been director of the International Economic Institute and member of the Advisory Board of the University of Valencia.
External researcher of the Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Finance and the Fundación Rafael del Pino. Member of Public Policy Advisory Group of UNESPA and Expert of the AVIVA Institute of Savings and Pensions. He was appointed by the Spanish Government as a member of the Expert Committee on the Sustainability Factor of the Public Pension System.
Fellow of the Spanish Economy Association. He has been member of the editorial boards of the main Spanish journals in Economics. Current member of the editorial committee of Monetaria. He has published numerous articles in well-known international scientific journals on economic growth, human capital, business cycles, and fiscal and monetary policies.
Articles by Rafael Doménech:
Service sector regulation and exports: Evidence from Spain
10 August 2014, 4966 reads
Human capital and income inequality
23 April 2014, 18775 reads
Wage moderation in Spain
20 December 2013, 7760 reads
The sustainability factor in Spanish pensions
11 December 2013, 8720 reads
Budget balance, structural unemployment and fiscal adjustments: The Spanish case
5 April 2013, 16635 reads
Export shares, price competitiveness and the ‘Spanish paradox’
24 November 2012, 13995 reads
Back from the future: A solution to the Eurozone crisis
26 June 2012, 14055 reads
The arithmetic of (excessive?) fiscal consolidation in Spain
7 April 2012, 15036 reads
Eurozone crisis: Slipping into double-dip?
1 December 2011, 8907 reads
Eurozone crisis: Structural reforms and country risk
13 December 2010, 16140 reads
- Secular stagnation: Facts, causes, and cures – a new Vox eBookTeulings, Baldwin
- Can large primary surpluses solve Europe’s debt problem?Eichengreen, Panizza
- The unrecognised benefits of grade inflationBoleslavsky, Cotton
- The US manufacturing base is