leads always to
Miguel Otero Iglesias
Is a Senior Analyst in International Political Economy at Elcano Royal Institute and professor at IE School of International Relations in Spain. He is also a research fellow at ESSCA School of Management in France.
He specialises in the Euro, the European economic area, China, money and finance, and emerging markets.
He speaks 6 languages: Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, French and English.
Get my Digest
Get email updates with summaries of global events, alerts when new blog posts are live, and access to my full academic or press articles.
How to Fix the Euro: Strengthening Economic Governance in Europe
This report examines why the economic and monetary union (EMU) was so badly affected by the global economic and financial crisis , and assesses whether further changes need to be made to the structure of economic governance that underpins it.
Chinese Investment in Europe. A Country-Level Approach
Chinese investments in Europe have surged in recent years, becoming both a source of hope and growing concern across the continent.
"My father was an unskilled worker in Basel, with no command of the language. That made him easily displaced by newly arrived refugees from the war-torn Balkans who spoke German"