Emilio Ontiveros Baeza

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August 15, 2022

Emilio Ontiveros Baeza (Ciudad Real, July 9, 1948 - Madrid, August 1, 2022)[1] was a Spanish economist, professor emeritus at the Autonomous University of Madrid, founder and president of International Financial Analysts.

Biography

He was born in Ciudad Real in 1948. [1] Graduate and Doctor in Economic Sciences [2] He worked in industrial companies nationwide, before beginning his career as a university professor at the University of Zaragoza, at ICADE and at the Autonomous University of Madrid.[1] Professor of Business Economics at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) , in 1982 he was appointed vice-rector of the UAM for four years. And in the year 1987 he founded International Financial Analysts.[3][4] He was a visiting professor at several foreign and Spanish universities.[5] In 2005 he was a Fellow of the Real Colegio Complutense, at Harvard University, as a member of the Advanced Research Group in International Economics. Visiting scholar at the Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania.[3] In 2005 he was appointed member of the Advisory Commission for the Information and Communication Society of the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce. He chaired the Conference on convergence with the EU in the Information Society. In March 2006 he was appointed by the Ministry of Public Administrations, a member of the Advisory Council for Electronic Administration.[2] He was a member of the Advisory Council for Economic Affairs of the Ministry of Economy. Member of the Editorial Boards of several scientific and professional publications, and of the Boards of Directors of several companies such as Mutua Madrileña, Iberdrola and Torreal.[3][5] He was a member of "EuropeG", a political economy working group on the European Union.[2] Author of several books, articles and collaborations in specialized magazines and media such as El País[6]. He directed the Economists Magazine (Colegio de Economistas de Madrid) from its foundation in 1983 until December 2011 and was director of the Yearbook of Economy and Finance of the newspaper El País, since its foundation.[7]

Works

The network economy: new economy, new finance (Taurus, 2001).[8] Without order or concert: half a century of international monetary relations (School of Applied Finance, 1997).[9] Data economy: wealth 4.0 (Ariel, 2018).[10] The smart saver. VV.AA. (Espasa Books, 2013).[11] Excesses: Threats to global prosperity. (Planet Group, 2019).[12]

Awards and recognition

2000 Plaque of Recognition of Regional Merit of the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla la Mancha, according to Decree 102/2000, of May 9.[2] 2004 IX Círculo de Empresarios Award for economic research, together with Daniel Manzano and Ignacio Rodríguez Teubal, for the work: ICT, economic growth and business activity. Special reference to Spain.[2] 2006 Appointed by the Mayor of Madrid, member of the Board of Directors of the City of Madrid.[2] 2007 My Investment Portfolio Award for the Promotion of Economic and Financial Culture.[2] 2010 Medal of the Conference of Alicante on Spanish Economy as an outstanding professor of economics for his contributions to the knowledge of the Spanish economy [2]

References

External Links

Emilio Ontiveros, economist: "Inequality is not profitable and the rich know it" - Conectados, elDiario.es