Iliana Olivié

Iliana Olivié

Investigadora principal del Real Instituto Elcano y profesora en el Departamento de Economía Aplicada, Estructura e Historia de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Doctora en Economía en 2002, coordina el área de Cooperación Internacional y Desarrollo, y el proyecto del Índice Elcano de Presencia Global. @iolivie

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (8): Japan

According to a draft of the new national security strategy of Japan released on 11 December, the country must “strengthen its own capabilities and expand its own roles”  seeking a larger role in the Asia-Pacific region as the balance of power shifts with the decline of the U.S influence [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (7): China

China’s remarkable rise over the past decades has had its reflection on its placing in the IEPG. In 1990 it was 12th, but it has jumped to 4th place in 2012 (much in line with its GDP growth). It has climbed one position since last year’s edition and overtaken France. [...]

¿Cumpleaños feliz? 25 años de la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

¿Recuerdan ustedes aquello llamado cooperación internacional al desarrollo que llegó a colocar a España entre los cinco primeros donantes mundiales en la segunda mitad de los 2000? Desde aquellos años dorados, la ayuda española se ha recortado un 75%. Así, ha llegado a situarse en los escasos 1.900 millones [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (5): the Netherlands

On occasion of the speech of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands on 17 September –which declared the end of the Dutch welfare state– and the recent meeting at the Elcano Royal Institute with the Dutch Ambassador to Spain Cornelis van Rij, we continue our series of posts on what’s [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (4): Germany

The results of the German legislative elections on 22 September could signal a turning point in the euro crisis. So we’re returning to our series on what’s new on Germany in the IEPG 2012 ranking. The German economy has ranked 2nd in the IEPG since the beginning of the [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (3): United States

The Elcano Blog is back in business after the Summer break. We’re returning to our series on what’s new in the Elcano Global Presence Index (IEPG) 2012 country ranking. The United States (1st IEPG, 1st GDP and population of 315,950,000 in 2012) retains its leading position on the IEPG [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (2): United Kingdom

Following a surge in the past few decades, the UK ranks 3rd in the 2012 IEPG (6th GDP and population of 64,231,000). Since 1990, when it was 5th, it has overtaken Russia, Japan and France. The improvement lies on both the economic and soft dimensions, but mostly on the [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (1): Russia

On 17 June, we posted that it IS possible to measure the global presence of countries through the Elcano Global Presence Index (IEPG, according to its initials in Spanish) as an index compared to other indexes and indicators and as an analytic tool. As the IEPG’s results for 2012 [...]

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