Laura de Pablos
Professor of Applied Economics at the Complutense University of Madrid. PhD in Economics from the Complutense University of Madrid and winner of the best doctoral thesis prize from Caja Madrid. She has been director of the General Foundation of the Complutense University and director of the Department of Applied Economics VI, 2000-2007. She has carried out research work for the Community of Madrid, the Women’s Institute, the Economic and Social Council, INTERMON-OXFAM, FUNCAS, BBVA, the Institute of Fiscal Studies, the Seneca Foundation, the Alternativas Foundation, etc. She is a specialist in the impact of wealth taxation, wealth distribution and the impact of budgets and public policies from a gender perspective. She has won several research awards. She has published in publishers such as Edward Elgar, Springer, Ariel, Civitas, Pirámide, etc., and in journals such as Hacienda Pública Española, British Journal of Sociology of Education, PLOS ONE, Principios, Estudios de Economía Aplicada, Papeles de Economía, etc. She is currently a member of the Complutense Institute of International Studies and is a member of the Geypo research group and co-director of the UCM Public Economics research group at the Complutense University of Madrid.