You are cordially invited by the ESADE Alumni Community of Valencia Club to ''The Trump Administration and the Spanish Economy'', a talk by Francesc Xavier Mena, director and professor in ESADE’s Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting. The session is part of the presentation of the Programme for Leadership Development (PLD) which will be held in Valencia.
Donald Trump’s election as the president of the United States, taking office on January 20, 2017, may constitute a U-turn in the economic policy and leadership of the world's largest economy. Considerable fallout is expected in all economic areas: euro-dollar exchange rates, interest rate differentials, capital movements, stock market developments, exports to the US market, renegotiations of trade agreements, Brexit characteristics, economic growth of China and Latin America and global migratory flows, to name but a few. In the world of politics, the shift towards populism could well redraw the electoral map of certain European countries. In particular, this talk will analyse the possible effects that the economic policy of the Trump administration may have on Spain’s economic situation and outlook for 2017-18.
F. Xavier Mena
He is director and professor in ESADE's Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting. He is Professor of Economics at the Universitat Ramon Llull. He was Director of the Department of Economics (1992-2000) and of the Masters in Economic-Financial Management, Marketing Management, and Production and Operations Management at ESADE. He was Joint Director, PHARE programmes of the European Union in the countries of the East and Chairman of the International Conference on Euro-India Economic Relationship (New Delhi, India).
He has been a Visiting Professor at various business schools and universities: CEIBS, Jiaotong University (Shanghai, China), ESAN (Lima, Peru), ICDA (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He is a member of the editorial board of Annals of Tourism Research; a member of the Tourism European Network (Eurostat), a member of the Group of Experts on Industrial Competitiveness, a member of the Governing Body of the Association of Economists and a member of the Evaluation Committee of the Community of European Management Schools.
He was a Director of Consultur, Consultores Turísticos SA (Editur Group, now Tea-Cegos), an Economist of the General Directorate of Economic Programming, a Researcher for the General Directorate of Scientific Policy and an Economist in the Systems and Control Department of Banco Sabadell.
He has carried out professional consultancy work and has developed projects commissioned by international companies and organizations in a total of 48 countries, in sectors as diverse as energy, tourism, infrastructures, the financial system and the social services.