Reports by Manuel Valenciano Marx

Economic Outlook: From Fiscal Malaise and Economic Expectations

Spain, 18 May - 15 Jun 2016

Spain’s Uncertain Public Finance Situation ++ Promising Tourism Season 2016++ Spanish Football Expectations UEFA EURO. by José M. Martin-Flores, Manuel Valenciano Marx
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Adios Siesta? Traditional Nap Time Under Debate

Spain, 13 Mar - 14 Apr 2016

Government proposes to cancel the traditional afternoon nap ++ “Panama Papers” – Repercussions in Spain ++ National Elections – Back to square one. by José M. Martin-Flores, Manuel Valenciano Marx, Marco Just Quiles
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What’s New After Spain’s General Elections 2015?

Spain, 01 Jan - 31 Jan 2016

A break with business as usual ++ Possible Party Alignment ++ The possibility of a new election? by Hannah Lütkenhaus, José M. Martin-Flores, Manuel Valenciano Marx
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Spain in Election Mood

Spain, 03 Oct - 30 Oct 2015

Catalan elections: pro-independence parties claim victory++ Record TV debate between the two emerging parties ++ National elections on December 20th. by José M. Martin-Flores, Manuel Valenciano Marx, Marco Just Quiles
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Manuel Valenciano Marx



Manuel Valenciano-Marx studied economics at Carlos III University in Madrid and holds a master`s degree in economics from the College of Europe in Bruges. He is currently working in public sector consulting at a Madrid-based consultancy, which specialises in European projects. Previously, Manuel gained insights into policy formulation and SME finance during internships at the Council of the European Union and the European Investment Bank. Manuel is a strong supporter of European integration in order to secure future prosperity. However, he also acknowledges that more and better communication is needed to convince Europe’s citizens of the benefits of the European project.


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