Published as “The Convergence between Technocracy and Populism” in El País, August 14, p. 23.
Citizens should know the real costs of their wishes
For a populist, it is the market alone that is responsible for the crisis so the solution necessarily lies in increasing political control of the economy. Since a populist believes that political will … →
Published in El País with the title “La culpa es nuestra“, 13 April 2014, p. 31
It is not only elites who are “extractive”; citizens, the masses, also are
Now that we have seen that the reforms needed to get over the crisis are only being applied late and wrongly, more and more people are blaming the political … →
Interview by Abel Hernández, published at Sintetia on September 24 (first part) and 26 (second part), 2012
Benito Arruñada is Professor of Business Organization at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. His research is at the borders of Organization, Economics and Law. He has published a large number of books and scientific articles, and his most recent … →
In December 2007, the DG Competition of the European Commission made public a report on the reform of the provision of legal services in real estate transactions.
The report classifies conveyancing systems according to a formal and relatively minor feature—intervention by different kinds of conveyancers: notaries, lawyers or real estate agents—instead of the much more substantive issue of the type … →