Luis Cornago

Luis Cornago is a political risk associate at Teneo. His work covers across different regions, providing the firm's macro research and quantitative analysis.

Background

Luis Cornago is an Associate at Teneo based in London. He supports the firm’s political risk coverage across different regions, providing macro research and quantitative analysis. Prior to joining Teneo, Mr. Cornago worked as an intern at the Consulate General of Spain in New York and the European Commission, where he conducted research on issues such as EU competition policy and free trade agreements. More recently, he also worked as an intern at Eurasia Group assisting in the design and development of new products and tools used by the company such as policy trackers, social media thermometers, and electoral outcome analysis. During his time in academia, he worked as a research assistant for different professors at various universities on issues such as anti-establishment parties, voting behaviour and political economy in Europe. He contributes regularly to various newspapers and blogs on party systems and political change in Western Europe. Mr. Cornago received a master’s degree in comparative political economy from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He also holds a dual bachelor’s degree in political science and sociology from Charles III University of Madrid (UC3M) and has studied at Carleton College in the US and the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.

Además, estos tipos de políticas también contribuirían a abordar otro problema relacionado, el de la baja fecundidad.

🤰🏻 España figura entre los países con las tasas más bajas y entre aquellos donde las mujeres tienen el primer hijo con más edad.

This piece by @AnjliRaval on London's "Covid Triangle" is every bit as good as everyone says it is. Do read it. It's incredible to me the UK govt STILL refuses to fix holes in the safety net like sick pay, which has hurt communities like this so badly. https://www.ft.com/content/0e63541a-8b6d-4bec-8b59-b391bf44a492

Long piece on the future of welfare states in advanced economies.

“Covid-19 showed that the welfare state needed modernisation. It was born in a different social order, and to protect against different risks.” https://www.economist.com/briefing/2021/03/06/covid-19-has-transformed-the-welfare-state-which-changes-will-endure

Good news coming from India. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/04/world/asia/india-coronavirus-vaccine-covaxin.html?smid=tw-share

My latest @FT Big Read on #US・China. Biden rhetoric on China has been tough but working with allies (particularly in Europe) won't be plain sailing. Biden has not had to take any big decisions so too early to conclude that tough action follows tough words http://on.ft.com/2NZgDyU

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