In this edition of CIBER Focus, Benito will talk to us the business formalization process, measures of business success, and government policies that control the business environment. (Video, 12 mins.).
By Benito Arruñada and Albert Satorra. Adapted translation of “Separatismos divergentes,” El País, May 17, 2018, p. 14. The outcome of the pro-independence procès has reopened the historical fracture in the separatist movement. The disagreements among its leaders are … Continue reading
Discussions on economic development have lately focused on the role of institutions in protecting property rights and reducing transaction costs. In particular, the idea has taken root that development would benefit from facilitating access to legality. It is thought that, … Continue reading
Video of my talk in a Seminar of experts in company history, law and organization held at the University of Murcia in January 28, 2015.
The Organizations and Markets blog is holding an online discussion on my book Foundations of Impersonal Exchange (University of Chicago Press, 2012): click here to access all posts and comments. [better-rss url=”http://organizationsandmarkets.com/feed/?s=Arrunada+seminar” feed=”http://organizationsandmarkets.com/feed/?s=Arrunada+seminar”]
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 … Continue reading
Arruñada, Benito (2010), “Retiring before We Work”, Expansión, February 22, p. 46. The Spanish public has recently received two items of news: we shall live longer, but retire later. The two announcements are connected because we shall have to work … Continue reading
Arruñada, Benito (2009), “The Three Spanish Crises,” La Razón, December 16, p. 26. Spain was in crisis well before 2008. The problems are longstanding ones and may well last for many decades more. That is why the gap that separates … Continue reading
Versión en español y comentarios Spain has the most restrictive labour law of all developed countries. As a result, it also has the highest unemployment. The rules that weigh down industrial relations today stem from those laid down formulated under … Continue reading
Versión en español y comentarios In Spain, we don’t have one crisis but three—a financial crisis, an institutional crisis and a crisis of values “The only cause for optimism that I can see is in the quality of the … Continue reading