Spain in 2013: An Economic and Political Analysis and Survey of Analysts
A double-dip recession that is fast becoming a depression, record-breaking unemployment, soaring debts, unmanageable deficits, an austerity-weary population and regions that want to break away. 2013 will be a year of complex economic, political and social challenges.
Spain: At Breaking Point? – a 50-page report produced by Iberosphere – analyses the economic and political situation in Spain and looks at the challenges the country will face in 2013.
The analysis of the economy addresses:
- The outlook for the economy
- Unemployment and the labour market
- The debt and deficit crisis
- The banking sector
- Regional finances
- The future of the eurozone
The analysis of Spanish politics addresses:
- The potential for Greece-like social unrest
- Catalonia’s drive for independence
- The new political landscape in the Basque Country
- Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s prospects
- The outlook for the Socialist Party
Each analysis is followed by a survey of analysts, who offer insights and possible solutions to the challenges facing Spain in 2013.
Analysts surveyed on the economy:
- Gayle Allard
- José Antonio Herce
- Edward Hugh
- Manuel de la Rocha
Analysts surveyed on Spanish politics:
- Josep Lobera
- Ramón Pacheco Pardo
- José Manuel Ruano
- Fernando Vallespín
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