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Elvira Méndez Pinedo



Elvira Méndez Pinedo

Elvira Méndez Pinedo was educated in European Community Law at the Universities of Paris II-Assas and Alcalá de Henares. She did research sojourns in the United States, Italy and Belgium. She is a professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Iceland where she has worked since 2007 as a graduate and research professor. She is also responsible for the area of Law in the European Union and the European Economic Area in this faculty.

In statistics, Iceland rubs shoulders with the elite of the rich developed world: 76 thousand dollars of per capita income in 2018, and it is the fifth country in the world in per capita income

When the crisis happened, the frequency of cardiac emergencies increased a little, but the peak subsided after one week.

The economic collapse that Iceland experienced in 2008 is different from those of other countries because it affected more the physical and mental health of women compared to men.

Even in its most beautiful places, all roads are hard on this beautiful and icy Nordic island.

The crisis in Iceland four years ago is similar, as far the first steps taken by the Government at that time and the public reaction is concerned, to the crisis in much of the capitalist world.

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