Author: Javier

Honorary Members | Nobel Prizes

HONORARY MEMBERS | NOBEL PRIZES Eric MaskinNobel Prize in Economics 2007 Dr. Aaron CiechanoverNobel Prize in Chemistry 2004 Dr. Avram HershkoNobel Prize in Chemistry 2004 Dr. Edmund Phelps Nobel Prize in Economics 2006 Ada YonathNobel Prize in Chemistry 2009 Dr. Sheldon L. GlashowNobel Prize in Phisics 1979 Dr. Richard RobertsNobel Prize in Medicine 1993 Dr. Finn KydlandNobel Prize in Economics 2004 Dr. Jerome Isaac FriedmanNobel Prize in Physics 1990 Dr. Erwin NeherNobel Prize in Medicine 1991 Dr. Cristobal PissaridesNobel Prize in Economics 2010 Dr. Mario MolinaNobel Prize in Chemistry...

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The Royal European Academy of Doctors remember their last deceased academicians

The Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) held yesterday a Consolatio in memory of the academicians missing throughout 2015 and the first quarter of 2016. The RAED honored the deceased academicians Josep Maria Bosch (by academician Rosmarie Cammany), Albert Casellas (Joaquim Gironella), Paulino Castells (José Luis Salido), Felip Albert Cid (Pere Costa), Andrés Clarós (Pedro Clarós), Miquel Duran (Ernest Belenguer) and Albert Serratosa (Maria Àngels...

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Hernández-Moreno defines civil law as the great promoter and guarantor of democracy

Professor Alfonso Hernández-Moreno believes that the foundations of democracy today are based on civil law, heir to the ancient Roman law. The renowned jurist comes to this conclusion in his inaugural speech at the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED), “Civil law, person and democracy”, a detailed study on the development of civil law who He read yesterday in Barcelona. For the new academician, “Civil Law comes to be, from an intrinsic point of view, a deeply democratic order. Political power and his instument (the State) have not created from a point of view material civil law. On the contrary, society has driven by force and the need for truth (and sometimes by the need of force and the imposition of truth) a valid and effective regulatory framework”. “Is there anything, any legal-material more useful, more general or more democratic that our regulatory system?”, just asking...

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A study coordinated by academician Oriol Amat becomes a reference work for investors

“Manual analysis of listed companies”, a work coordinated by Oriol Amat, academic of the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914, and edited by the Catalan Association of Accounting and Management (ACCID) and the General Council of Economists, has become a reference guide for stock market investors. The book, which have collaborated recognized analysts, explains in detail the models and concepts needed to select the best options markets with stringent criteria. The work also describes the different techniques of analysis of listed companies, both qualitative aspects that provide essential information for the evaluation of the company and techniques financial statement analysis, providing detailed from both academically and approach...

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17º March 2016 > Video summary of the act of admission as full academician of Antonio Durán-Sindreu

The Youtube channel of the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 already has the video summary of the act of admission as full academician of Antonio Durán–Sindreu, director of the Master in Taxation of the Barcelona School of Management at the University Pompeu Fabra, held on 23 February. The recipient read the speech “Reflections and alternatives to an exhausted tax model”. Watch...

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