Basic income, a possible utopia?

Report that analyzes how the proposal of a universal basic income without any consideration is opening the socio-political debate on the distribution of wealth. The idea of a universal basic income has re-emerged in the social sphere, driven by the disintegration of the middle class and the accumulation of wealth…

More Info

Seven years of Rajoy’s excuses not to attend the Davos Forum

The president of the Government is allergic to the appointment with the most powerful political and business leaders in the world and has not attended a single year at the forum held in January at the Swiss resort. Agenda problems or the specific absence of some of their European counterparts,…

More Info

Renewable energies with direct drive (without electricity and easy to use)

When talking about renewable energies, the image of large wind turbine plantations or roofs with photovoltaic panels immediately comes to mind. Hydroelectric is rarely thought of as another type of generation, such as the dangerous biomass or the reviled (albeit very usual) hydroelectric. Even less is usually thought of heating…

More Info

Households jump to credit and spend more than their income

The year 2017 was dismissed leaving in its wake a fact that for many went unnoticed: household consumption exceeded its disposable income in the third quarter of the year, for the first time since there are records in the National Institute of Statistics (INE). This gap between income and expenses…

More Info

World military spending will shoot up again in 2018

Military spending in the world will be 2018 the highest since the end of the Cold War. This is what the annual defense budget report, Jane’s Defense Budgets, published by IHS Markit predicts. According to their estimates, the set of countries with armies will dedicate 1.67 trillion (million million) dollars…

More Info

The paradoxes of happiness and the global economy

In an interview earlier this year in Davos, Jamie Dimon, CEO of the US investment bank JP Morgan, said that the European standard of living was excessive, in particular, salaries, pensions and State benefits are excessive if Europe intends to compete with the rest of the world. Dimon claimed that…

More Info

The paradoxes of happiness and the global economy

In an interview earlier this year in Davos, Jamie Dimon, CEO of the US investment bank JP Morgan, said that the European standard of living was excessive, in particular, salaries, pensions and State benefits are excessive if Europe intends to compete with the rest of the world. Dimon claimed that…

More Info
Page 1 of 41234