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  Slow Progress for Women on Spanish Boards

Atrevia; IESE The percentage of women on the boards of Spanish listed companies continues to climb, but it is still far below 2020 goals. What's more, almost half of Spain's listed companies have only one or no female directors. Read article

  Fewer Women (and Men) on IBEX-35 Boards

Pin Arboledas, José Ramón In Spain, the boards of directors of the IBEX-35 companies are smaller this year -- which has the side effect of reducing the number of women serving in these high-profile positions -- according to a report produced by IESE and Atrevia. Read article

  VC and Private Equity: Where Next to Invest -- Taking Brexit Into Account

Groh, Alexander; Liechtenstein, Heinrich; Lieser, Karsten; Biesinger, Markus Beyond the U.S. and U.K., where are the most promising spots for private equity and VC fund investments? The VC/PE Country Attractiveness Index ranks 125 countries -- and makes predictions for a post-Brexit world. Read article

  Are New Criteria Needed for Financing Drugs?

Escudero, Antonio; Lizán, Luis; Aceituno, Susana; Ribera, Jaume Should cost-effectiveness be the sole consideration when deciding whether to finance new drugs? Many in the healthcare industry in Spain are now questioning the criteria that currently govern pharmaceutical policies. Read article

  A Roadmap for Succession in Family Businesses

Pueyo, R.; Tàpies, Josep; Anitua, Javier; Goenaga, Pedro CEO succession is a decisive moment for any family business, yet many firms remain unprepared. That is according to a report, featuring the collaboration of IESE's Josep Tàpies, with a survey of Spanish firms and a roadmap for succession in six steps. Read article

  Gender Equality Remains Elusive in Spain

Las Heras, Mireia Almost nine in ten Spaniards say they work in environments that hinder equal access to opportunities, and 42 percent believe that pay discrimination based on gender is an issue, according to a report led by Mireia Las Heras. Read article

  Mixed Signals for Spanish Reforms

Vives, Xavier; Xifré, Ramon Political uncertainty is taking a toll on Spain's post-crisis reform agenda, which has been helping to modernize its economy. Experts consulted for the sixth edition of the Spanish Reforms Monitor shine a light on key economic policies, improvements and nagging doubts. Read article

  Integrated Health: A Lifeline for Hospital Systems?

Yankovic, Natalia How can we ensure the sustainability of hospitals under intense budgetary pressures? A more integrated health system may be the remedy we need to curb spending, retain talent, and improve the quality of care. Read article

  4 Years of Growth for Foreign Companies in Spain

Berrone, Pascual; Blázquez, María Luisa Spain remains a highly attractive destination for foreign investment. The annual Barometer of the Business Climate in Spain breaks down the latest statistics and shows that economic recovery is coupled with increased investment levels in the country. Read article

  Women Gain Ground on the Boards of Directors of Both Family and Non-family Businesses in Spain

Tàpies, Josep; Marchal, Marc In a little more than a decade, women have gained considerable ground on the boards of directors of listed Spanish companies. So how does this progress compare for family and non-family businesses? A recent trend may surprise you. Read article
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