Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Barcelona and member of the Barcelona Economic Analysis Team (BEAT).

MSc in Economics (Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London), PhD in Economics (University of Barcelona, UB). Professor of Economics and researcher at the Barcelona Economic Analysis Team (BEAT) UB. Her research on the interaction between demography, economics and public policies -especially intergenerational transfers- has led to more than 25 articles in specialised journals, in addition to participating in another 40 publications (books, reports, etc.). She has participated in more than 30 projects, many of them as principal investigator, at regional, national and European level.

Between 2006 and 2010 she coordinated research on the effects of population ageing at the Instituto de Estudios Fiscales (Madrid). She is currently Chair of the international project National Transfer Accounts (NTA) https://ntaccounts.org. She has carried out studies for various public administration bodies at regional, national and European level. She has collaborated as an advisor with the European Commission on pension, health and dependency policies within the framework of the open coordination method. She frequently appears in the media in debates on the sustainability of the pension system and the welfare state in general.