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. She is also a member of the Spanish Council for Development Cooperation (a consultation body of the Spanish Administration) and President of REEDES (the Spanish Association for Development Studies).
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). Her most recent publications include Aid power and politics (co edited with Aitor Pérez, Routledge, 2020), “Is this the end of globalization (as we know it)?” (with Manuel Gracia, Globalizations, 17(6): 990-1007, 2020) and “Regional or global player? The EU’s international profile” (with Manuel Gracia, Elcano Policy Paper 2/2020).