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Oscar Guinea

Email: oscar.guinea@ecipe.org

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Oscar Guinea

Oscar Guinea is a Senior Economist at ECIPE.

Oscar is the author of several studies in the field of international trade, digital markets, industrial policy, and healthcare. He contributes regularly to debates on EU trade policy in newspaper articles and seminars. His research interests include globalization, technological change, economic dependencies, and European relations with the Mercosur countries. Oscar is the author of a regular column in the Spanish newspaper El País where he writes about EU trade and economic policy.

He joined ECIPE in 2018 having worked as an Economic Adviser at the Scottish Government in the Office of the Chief Economic Adviser. Prior to that, he worked for the European Commission (DG ENER) as a national expert on energy policy. Oscar has experience appraising and assessing regulation as a government economist and private consultant.

Oscar holds a MA in European Economics from the College of Europe and a MSc in Development Economics from the University of Sussex. He graduated in Economics from the University Autonoma of Madrid and was an international student in the University of Chile and the University of Macedonia.

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    Regulating the Working Conditions of Platform Work: What Can We Learn from EU Member States?

    By: Oscar Guinea Elena Sisto Oscar du Roy 

    Policymakers in Estonia, France, Greece, and Spain share the common objective of enhancing the working conditions of platform workers. However, variations in their labour markets, legal frameworks, and political landscapes have led to four distinct approaches in achieving this goal. Predominantly, the Spanish regulation has been geared towards attempting to reclassify platform workers from self-employed to employees. In contrast, the regulatory strategies in France...

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    European Economic Security and Access to Critical Raw Materials: Trade, Diversification, and the Role of Mercosur

    By: Oscar Guinea Vanika Sharma 

    Access to secure and stable supply of critical raw materials (CRMs) is vital for Europe’s economic security. These raw materials, which are indispensable inputs for Europe’s modernisation, are supplied by a handful of countries. Among them, China and Russia are two of the most important European suppliers of CRMs. This dependency leaves the EU exposed to Chinese and Russian policies that may harm Europe’s economic and political interests. The European...

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    If the EU was a State in the United States: Comparing Economic Growth between EU and US States

    By: Fredrik Erixon Oscar Guinea Oscar du Roy 

    This Policy Brief is a warning call about Europe’s poor economic growth and its consequences for prosperity. The long-term trend of Gross Domestic Product per capita is crucially important but not always easy to grasp. While it’s common to compare levels of growth between countries in a single year, the reality is that it is the long-term trend that matters. An economy that grows at 3 percent per year will double in 24 years but an economy that grows at 1...

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    Trade and Competitiveness: Putting the Firm at the Centre of the Analysis

    By: Lucian Cernat Oscar Guinea 

    The European Commission published its communication for the long-term competitiveness of the EU. Trade and Open Strategic Autonomy were among the selected policy areas that will drive EU competitiveness in the future and trade with the rest of the world as a share of EU Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was the selected indicator to measure progress. This Policy Brief proposes a new set of indicators that complement this and similar indicators that focus on the value...

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