Luis Pablo de la Horra
Luis Pablo de la Horra
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Luis Pablo de la Horra is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the University of Valladolid (Spain). He has been published by several media outlets, including The American Conservative, E!Sharp and the Intellectual Takeout, among others.
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A European Central Bank Primer (I): Objective, Organization and Responsibilities

A European Central Bank Primer (I): Objective, Organization and Responsibilities

Next year marks the 20th anniversary of the Euro, the most important step in the European integration process since the Treaty of Rome. Six months prior to the official launch, the European Central Bank (ECB) was established to administer the new common currency in the eleven countries that originally designed the monetary union. Since then, eight more countries have joined the Eurozone, which is…

Why I don't vote

Why I don't vote

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines democracy as “a method of group decision making characterized by a kind of equality among the participants.” In effect, democracy can be a useful mechanism for making collective decisions. For instance, an association representing the homeowners of a residential community can make the decision of renovating the pavement of a street after…

Spain's business sector has done its homework over the last decade

Spain's business sector has done its homework over the last decade

One of the factors that triggered the financial and economic crisis in Spain was the excessive accumulation of debt in the private sector (both households and corporates). Between 2000 and 2007, the debt to GDP ratio moved from around 0.88 to 1.67, an astonishing increase taking into account that, in the same period, nominal GDP was growing at a compound annual growth rate of 6.6 percent (i.e.,…

Italy's Budget Proposal: A Fiscal Nonsense

Italy's Budget Proposal: A Fiscal Nonsense

“Italy plans an obvious significant deviation of the recommendations adopted by the Council under the Stability and Growth Pact for 2019.” This was the clear message that Pierre Moscovici, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, sent the Italian Minister of Finance and Economy regarding the budget proposal elaborated by Italy’s coalition government for fiscal year…

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