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Since 2008, BBVA has published, through OpenMind, a collection of books dedicated to the analysis and dissemination of the central issues of our time. These books, which are published once a year, are collections of articles written by leading international experts that deal transversally, and from different perspectives, with the questions that affect our lives and which are shaping our future. Globalization, ethics, innovation, the future of Europe, technological and scientific advances and their impact on the future of the economy and society are just some of the issues that have been addressed so far.

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  • We need shared values and ethics, they are vital for the proper functioning of the economic, political and social network and, therefore, for the well-being and development of the potential of every world citizen. Our intention with regard to this book is to discuss how we can understand and avail…

    The book in numbers
    20 authors
    20 articles
  • Innovation is the most powerful tool for stimulating economic growth and improving human standards of living in the long term. This has been the case throughout history, but in these modern times, when science and technology are advancing at a mind-boggling speed, the possibilities for innovation are truly infinite. Moreover,…

    The book in numbers
    27 authors
    24 articles
  • This book presents a panorama of globalization, a very complex and controversial phenomenon that is characteristic of present-day society and decisively influential in the daily lives of all the world’s citizens at the beginning of the 21st century.

    The book in numbers
    18 authors
    17 articles
  • In this book, prestigious researchers from all over the world, working on the «frontiers of knowledge», summarize the most essential aspects of what we know today, and what we aspire to know in the near future, in the fields of physics, biomedicine, information and telecommunications technologies, ecology and climate change,…

    The book in numbers
    25 authors
    23 articles
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