Iliana Olivié is Senior Analyst at the Elcano Royal Institute and Associate Professor at the Department of Applied & Structural Economics & History, Complutense University of Madrid. Ph.D. in Economics in 2002, she coordinates the International Cooperation & Development research area and the Elcano Global Presence Index Project. She is also a member of the Spanish Council for Development Cooperation (a consultation body of the Spanish Administration).
Research areas: she works on globalization and global development issues, international cooperation (specifically on the global development agenda and European and Spanish foreign assistance), economic development and global development finance (with a particular focus on foreign direct investment and international remittances).
Selected publications: Aid power and politics (coedited with Aitor Pérez, Routledge, 2019), Elcano Global Presence Report 2018 (with Manuel Gracia, Elcano Royal Institute, 2018), “The Difficult Escape From Dualism: The Green Morocco Plan at a Crossroads” (with Aitor Pérez, New Medit, A Mediterranean Journal of Economics, Agriculture and Environment, 3: 37-50, 2018), “The discrete role of Latin America in the globalization process” (with Manuel Gracia, LSE Global South Unit Policy Brief Series 1/2018, London School of Economics and Political Science), “Possible Impacts of Brexit on EU Development and Humanitarian Policies” (with Aitor Pérez, PE 578 042. EP/EXPO/B/DEVE/FWC/2013-08/Lot5/14, European Parliament, 2017).
- Workshop Elcano-ETTG: ‘The future of the EU as global development actor’ (2022)