October 08, 2012
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Pamplona. October 8th, 2012.

Iliana Olivié (Ph.D. Complutense University) works as a researcher for the Real Instituto Alcano. Olivié provided the group with an in-depth analysis about one of her latest research papers: “Opening the Black Box of FDI and Development.” Her presentation focused on the role played by the foreign direct investment (FDI) in the development of host countries. By proposing an analytical framework, she explained the complex and indirect linkages between the FDI and development. This included facets, such as employment and access to good and services. Olivié concluded that the nature and magnitude of the effects of FDI on development are still an enigma.

Iliana Olivié is a researcher at the International Cooperation and Development department from the Real Instituto Elcano. She holds a PhD in Economics by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Award to Research 2002 by the Real Academia de Doctores), and was technical assistant at the Planification and Evaluation Office of the Secretary of State for International Cooperation and Latin America (Spanish Foreign Office) between 2002 and 2004.