Gómez Bengoechea, Gonzalo

Gómez Bengoechea, Gonzalo

Gonzalo Gómez Bengoechea

Director del departamento de Economía  – UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA DE COMILLAS ICAI – ICADE

El Profesor Gonzalo Gómez Bengoechea se formó como economista en la Universidad Pontificia Comillas (PhD y estudios de grado), en IESE Business School (Research Assistant) y en la Universidad Pompeu Fabra (Msc. in Economics). Su docencia e investigación giran en torno a la Economía Internacional, al Análisis de Coyuntura y al estudio de la incidencia de la política fiscal sobre la distribución de renta. En el año 2019 realizó una estancia de investigación en el Center for Interamerican Policy and Research de la Universidad de Tulane.

Relevant Research and Scientific Results:
• “The impact of the COVID crisis on income distribution under different protection
schemes”. Forthcoming in Public Sector Economics. December 2021.
• “Institutional quality and the financial inclusion-poverty alleviation link: Empirical evidence
across countries”. Forthcoming in Borsa Istanbul Review. March 2021. Access:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214845021000260.
• “Reducing Trade Inequality: A Network-Based Assessment”. Complexity. Volume 2020
|Article ID 1593215. Open Access Journal. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/1593215.
• “Fiscal union, monetary policy normalization and populism in the Eurozone”. European
Review 28.1, 2020.
• “The importance of being earnest: Determinants of sovereign spreads in the Eurozone”.
Journal of Financial Economic Policy, Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 121-138.
• “The Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure: A useful tool for predicting sovereign crises?”.
Estudios de Economía, 45(1), 79-111.
• “Populism, inflation and debt mutualisation in the Eurozone”. Elcano Royal Institute. ARI
45/2018 – 5/4/2018
• “The institutional crisis of the Eurozone: Birth, evolution and policy reaction”. Revista
ICADE. Number 96, December 2015.
• “The euro crisis: genesis, contagion and future scenarios”, with Arahuetes. A. Comillas
Journal of International Relations. Number 4, 2015, pages 1 – 40.
• “Black economy in Spain: Theoretical approaches and structural evolution”.
ESADE, ISSN 0425-3698, Nº. 146, 2014, pages 4-17.
• “XVII FTF: Unemployment in advanced economies”. Bankinter Foundation. May 2013.
Working Papers and Work in Progress
• “A methodology for socio-economic assessment across regions through a genetic
algorithm. An application for income inequality inter-municipalities”. Submitted to SocioEconomic Planning Sciences Journal. July 2021.
• “Back to the future: lessons from the 2009-2012 policies for the COVID crisis in Europe”.
Submitted to Heliyon, March 2021.
• “The Welfare State in Spain: An Impact Assessment”, with Quan, S. Commitment to Equity
Working Paper Series. Number 95. June 2020. Tulane University.
http://repec.tulane.edu/RePEc/ceq/ceq95.pdf
Selected Consultancy Reports:
• “The Beverages Sector in Spain: evolution and retail strategy”. ANFABRA. December 2014.
• “The food chain in Spain”. ASEDAS, October 2013.
Selected Press articles and Blog Posts (Spanish and English):
• “The eurozone crisis: negotiations and love songs”. Act. Económica. May 2016.
• “Labour market reform in Spain: four challenges”. Cinco Días. June 2016.
• “Brexit: facts don’t matter anymore”. El Confidencial. June 2016.
• “The Outraged Societies Syndrome (OSS)”. German Marshall Fund of the United States.
December 2017.