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Luis Pablo de la Horra

Bachelor's degree in English Studies, MSc in Finance and Master of Research in Business Economics

  • E-mail luispablodelahorra@yahoo.es
  • Institution University of Valladolid (Spain)
  • PhD Candidate in Economics

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Luis Pablo holds a MSc in Finance from Vlerick Business School and a Master of Research in Business Economics from the University of Salamanca. He is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the University of Valladolid. His research interests include macroeconomics, monetary theory, economic history, and finance. He has been published by several online media outlets, including the Foundation for Economic Education, The Intellectual Takeout and The American Conservative, among others.

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El estado de bienestar como excusa

Hace unos días, el economista estadounidense Bryan Caplan, conocido defensor de las fronteras abiertas, compartía un meme en Facebook en el que se ridiculizaba uno de los argumentos más repetidos en contra de la libertad migratoria[1]. En la imagen, una pintura del artista estadounidense Joseph Brickey, aparecía Dios dirigiéndose a Moisés en los siguientes términos: “Cuando el extranjero morare con vosotros en vuestra tierra, no le oprimiréis” (Levítico, 19:33); a lo que éste respondía: “Antes habría que acabar con el estado de bienestar”.

What is Neoliberalism?

Neoliberalism is one of those concepts that changes meaning depending on whom you ask. Whereas the intellectual opponents of capitalism use it to refer to the political and economic system that emerged in the 1980s and continues to be hegemonic today, classical liberals see it as a vague and empty concept that adds nothing to the political debate.

Spain’s government is heading down a dangerous economic road

Last month, Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez reached an agreement with Podemos, the left-wing populist party over next year’s budget. Despite the government’s efforts to get other political groups to support the proposals, which have already criticised by the European Commission for being too expansive, the lack of a parliamentary majority means it will be difficult for Sanchez to get most of his plans through Congress.

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