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Our extensive catalog of publications covers all the different areas of knowledge that interest us: insurance, art, history, health, accident prevention, social action and road safety.

We publish around 130 new publications every year in different formats and languages. Take a look at some of our most notable publications.

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Industry and Economic Outlook 2017

Economic and sector outlook 2017: First quarter update 2017

The positive economic momentum noted in the first quarter of 2017 anticipates a slight acceleration in global growth for this year, notwithstanding political and economic uncertainties that are analyzed in this quarterly review. This report updates the state of the economic landscape and its influence on the insurance market. Globally, there is an noticeable acceleration of business in the insurance industry, both in Life and non-Life, with emerging countries making a greater contribution than initially forecast. This growth is predicted to continue throughout 2017-2018, in both the developed and the emerging markets, with this last block leading on the pathway of growth.

Return to beauty

"Return to beauty". Masterpieces of Italian art from between the wars

Fundación MAPFRE has published a scientific catalog in Spanish and Italian that reproduces all the works in the exhibition and includes essays by the exhibition curators, Daniela Ferrari, the curator of the MART, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto, and Beatrice Avanzi, the curator of the Musée d’Orsay; texts by Pablo Jiménez Burillo, director of the Culture Department of Fundación MAPFRE, and Leyre Bozal, the curator of the Collections of Fundación MAPFRE. The catalog aims to provide a reference work on the painting of the 1920s and 1930s in Italy and Europe. The book contains a biographical appendix of the 28 artists featured in the exhibition and a bibliography.

Homes of elderly people: conditions and risks

Homes of elderly people: conditions and risks

The objective of this study is to analyze the characteristics of Spanish homes in which the person concerned is aged 65 or over. The study focuses on the different aspects of safety in the home, identifying possible risk factors that may increase the risk of accident. Learning more about the living conditions of our elderly people, the state of household installations and the socioeconomic factors that can influence lifestyle habits in the homes we visited can help us to reduce risks.

Prevalence of the risk of internet addition

Prevalence of the risk of internet addition

This study is a pilot project that seeks to identify the prevalence of the risk of Internet addiction in teenagers from metropolitan Lima (Lima and Callao) and Arequipa, the two cities with the highest connectivity rates in Peru where around 30% of all Peruvian teenagers live. It explores the demographic and psychological factors in the development of dysfunctional behavior on the Internet and seeks a closer understanding of teenagers' online habits and use of video games.

Dossier on child road safety 2016

The Fundación MAPFRE 2016 dossier on child road safety in cars in Spain and Latin America: child restraint systems 2016

Every year 186, 300 children worldwide die as a result of traffic accidents, more than 500 per day. According to the calculations of the World Health Organization, child restraint systems (CRS) reduce the probability of a fatal accident by between 54% and 80% for the youngest children and approximately 70% for babies, as they avoid impact against other passengers and objects in the vehicle. In this dossier you will find information on the current situation regarding child road safety in Spain and Latin America.

Renoir among women: “From the modern to the classic ideal Collections from the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée de l’Orangerie”

Renoir among women: “From the modern to the classic ideal Collections from the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée de l’Orangerie”

On the occasion of the exhibition, a catalog has been produced that includes a number of hitherto unpublished essays bringing together different assessments of the artist: the contradictions between the cozy world of Renoir and the more bitter side of modern Paris revealed by the painter; the collaboration with the Catalan sculptor Richard Guino; the admiration felt for Renoir by painters such as Matisse and Picasso or the influence of the Moulin de la Galette in the pictorial work of Ramón Casas and Santiago Rusiñol. The publication includes a number of essays on Renoir and how he viewed women as well as a chronology focused on this topic.