WE ARE A RESEARCH, CONTENT AND NETWORKING POWERHOUSE At IE University, we are committed to research and innovation to keep ourselves on the cutting edge.
Centers and initiatives
IE School of Global and Public Affairs is committed to excellence in research and innovation, and works constantly to further its position as a leader in international affairs. Its faculty has published many books, journal articles, case studies and papers.
IE School of Global and Public Affairs is working to develop research centers that will strengthen the school’s academic offerings by producing high-quality research and generating international networks of experts that can be be leveraged to enhance the quality of our teaching.
The centers will be funded by public and private donors and will produce both academic and non-academic publications, in addition to offering fellowships and hosting events. They will also act as international hubs for practitioners and researchers, and as anchors for partnerships with top-tier institutions such as MIT, Harvard University and the Atlantic Council.
of today´s jobs will be automated
years or more will be the life expectancy
of baby borns by 2030
of the companies currently on the S&P list
won´t exist by 2030
Center for the Governance of Change
The Center seeks to improve our ability to anticipate, manage and foster change in its different forms, across a variety of domains: political, economic and social.
The world is changing at a faster rate than ever in ways never experienced before by humankind. As a result, governments, companies and societies must learn to adapt at the same pace.
To aid in this process, we are creating the Center for the Governance of Change, a research institution that will enhance our ability to anticipate, manage and foster change. It will be based at IE School of Global and Public Affairs in Madrid.Learn more about what's to come
TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS INITIATIVE
This initiative aims to strengthen research and teaching on transatlantic issues, particularly social, economic, political, security and environmental challenges in Europe and North America.
Cooperation among Western democracies and markets is becoming increasingly crucial when it comes to international economic and security issues. The European politics of today often fail to focus on transatlantic relations, despite their relevance to global challenges such as democratization, terrorism, trade, or the drug trade. IE’s Transatlantic Relations Initiative fosters both applied and interdisciplinary work on these issues.Read more about TRI's work
The Lab aims to bring together entrepreneurs and the public sector in a technology-based society.
Using new technologies and open innovation strategies to create, experiment with and scale new solutions, the PublicTech Lab focuses on three different areas: Education, Acceleration, and Catalyzation.Learn more on the Lab
We connect international start-ups with investors, accelerators & thought leaders worldwide!
Arancha González, Madeleine Albright and Mircea Geoana analyze the challenges of Inclusive Transatlantic Security in the COVID Era
Arancha González, Madeleine Albright and Mircea Geoana, took part in the Transatlantic Conference 2020, moderated by Susana Malcorra and Nicholas ...
06 / 07 / 2020
Ban Ki-moon calls for increased efforts and investment in youth and women to ensure future leadership
Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes that providing more resources and opportunities for youth and women is paramount in order to ensure ...
02 / 07 / 2020
A New Partnership to Strengthen Democratic Values in a Globalised World
IE University and the World Leadership Alliance-Club of Madrid will cooperate on educational and knowledge dissemination activities.
19 / 06 / 2020
A New Alliance to train future professionals who will drive Transformative Change in today’s world
IE School of Global and Public Affairs and the United Nations System Staff College sign an agreement to redesign the Bachelor in International ...
10 / 06 / 2020
The Economic and Social Impact of Covid-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Role of the International Community
ECLAC has estimated that there will be 12 million more unemployed people in 2020 than in 2019.
29 / 05 / 2020