Departamentos

Iliana Olivié Aldasoro

Iliana Olivié es Profesora Contratada Doctora Interina del Departamento de Economía Aplicada, Estructura e Historia de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, donde imparte docencia en análisis económico, teorías del desarrollo y desarrollo económico en programas de posgrado. Doctora en Economía (en 2002), también coordina el Máster Oficial en Estrategias y Tecnologías para el Desarrollo (programa conjunto con la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid). También es miembro del Consejo de Cooperación al Desarrollo (órgano consultivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación), donde preside la Comisión de Coherencia de Políticas para el Desarrollo. También colabora con el Real Instituto Elcano, donde coordina el área de análisis sobre Cooperación Internacional y Desarrollo, así como el Índice Elcano de Presencia Global.

Investiga en materia de desarrollo global; particularmente cooperación internacional (concretamente, en la agenda global de desarrollo y la ayuda internacional española y europea), desarrollo económico y financiación global del desarrollo (con un foco particular en inversión directa extranjera). Ha participado en 29 proyectos de investigación nacionales e internacionales y cuenta con más de 100 publicaciones, incluyendo artículos académicos, libros, capítulos de libro, informes y artículos de divulgación. Con Aitor Pérez, ha colaborado con instituciones como el Consejo Económico y Social de Naciones Unidas (ECOSOC) (véase el informe sobre “Private Aid as a Driver for Private Investment”) y el Parlamento Europeo (véanse lose studios sobre “The Cost of Non-Europe in Development Policy. Case Study: Morocco” y “Possible Impacts of Brexit on EU Development and Humanitarian Policies”).

Algunas de sus publicaciones recientes son Elcano Global Presence Report 2018 (con Manuel Gracia); “Why don’t donor countries coordinate their aid? A Case Study of European Donors in Morocco” (Progress in Development Studies, 16(1): 52-64, 2016, with Aitor Pérez); “Europe Beyond Aid: Illicit Financial Flows: Policy Responses in Europe and Implications for Developing Countries” (Center for Global Development Working Paper, mimeo 1-26, con Aitor Pérez); “Europe Beyond Aid: The Role of European Countries in Fostering Development through International Investment” (Center for Global Development Working Paper, mimeo 1-29, con Aitor Pérez); y “How to Deal with the 'Black Box' of Foreign Investment and Development? A Case Study in the Dominican Republic and a Methodological Proposal” (Canadian Journal of Development Studies 35(4): 539-559, 2014, con Aitor Pérez).


Iliana Olivié is Associate Professor at the Department of Applied & Structural Economics & History in Complutense University of Madrid, where she teaches macroeconomic analysis, theories of development and economic development in post-graduates programmes. Ph.D. in Economics (in 2002), she also coordinates the Master’s Degree in Strategies and Technologies for Development (a joint programme with the Polytechnic University of Madrid). She is also a member of the Spanish Council for Development Cooperation (a consultation body of the Spanish Administration), where she chairs the Commission of Policy Coherence for Development. She also collaborates with the Elcano Royal Institute, where she coordinates the International Cooperation and Development research area and the Elcano Global Presence Index.

She works on global development issues; particularly international cooperation (specifically on the global development agenda and European and Spanish foreign assistance), economic development and global development finance (with a particular focus on foreign direct investment). She has participated in 29 national and international projects and has over 100 publications including academic articles, books, book chapters, reports and divulgation articles. With Aitor Pérez, she has collaborated with international organisations such as the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) (see the report on “Private Aid as a Driver for Private Investment”) and the European Parliament (see the studies on “The Cost of Non-Europe in Development Policy. Case Study: Morocco” and “Possible Impacts of Brexit on EU Development and Humanitarian Policies”).

Some of her recent publications are Elcano Global Presence Report 2018 (with Manuel Gracia); “Why don’t donor countries coordinate their aid? A Case Study of European Donors in Morocco” (Progress in Development Studies, 16(1): 52-64, 2016, with Aitor Pérez); “Europe Beyond Aid: Illicit Financial Flows: Policy Responses in Europe and Implications for Developing Countries” (Center for Global Development Working Paper, mimeo 1-26, with Aitor Pérez); “Europe Beyond Aid: The Role of European Countries in Fostering Development through International Investment” (Center for Global Development Working Paper, mimeo 1-29, with Aitor Pérez); and “How to Deal with the 'Black Box' of Foreign Investment and Development? A Case Study in the Dominican Republic and a Methodological Proposal” (Canadian Journal of Development Studies 35(4): 539-559, 2014, with Aitor Pérez).


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PUBLICACIONES RECIENTES

Olivié, I. y Gracia, M. (2020): “Could COVID-19 Lead to the End of Globalization?”, Global Dialogue 10(3): 20-22.

Olivié, I. y Pérez, A. (2020): “The impact of Brexit on aid: EU and global development assistance under a realist UK scenario”, Journal of Contemporary European Research 16(2):200-217.

Olivié, I. y Gracia, M. (2020): “Is the end of globalization? (as we know it)”, Globalizations 17(6): 990-1007.

Olivié, I. y Pérez, A. (cords.) (2020): Aid power and politics, Routledge, Londres y Nueva York.

Larrú, J.M., Olivié, I. y Pérez, A. (2019): “Cooperación española y política exterior: trayectoria histórica comparada”, Revista Española de Desarrollo y Cooperación, 44: 21-34.