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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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Fundación MAPFRE 2017 Annual Volunteer Program Report

Fundación MAPFRE 2017 Annual Volunteer Program Report

Our volunteers, the true engines of social change, devote their time, efforts and enthusiasm to helping to improve the living conditions of those who need it most and contributing to protecting the environment. In 2017, 7,333 volunteers carried out 1,263 activities in 26 countries. Through these actions, they helped, directly and directly, more than three million people.

Shomei Tomatsu

Shomei Tomatsu

The catalog that accompanies the show includes texts by the curator, Juan Vicente Aliaga, the photography historian Ryuichi Kaneko and also Hiromi Kojima, Curator of the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art. The publication proves to be a reference work for gaining a detailed insight into the work of Shomei Tomatsu from the 1950s until his death in 2012.

Brassaï

Brassaï

The catalog of the exhibition that can be visited at our Exhibition Halls in Barcelona y Madrid is available in Spanish, Catalan and English, with pieces written by the curator Peter Galassi, the photography specialist, Stuart Alexander and the writer Antonio Muñoz Molina, an expert in modern European photography. It also includes a biography of the artist written by Kirsten Stremmel, art historian and independent curator.

2018 Economic and industry outlook: second quarter perspectives

2018 Economic and industry outlook: second quarter perspectives

It is noteworthy that global growth has maintained its momentum during the first quarter, ratifying expectations for growth very similar to 2017, both in speed and in composition. This growth will continue, backed by strong fiscal and monetary demand stimuli in both regions. Additionally, the United States fiscal policy, the maintenance of lax monetary policies at a global level and the strong inertia of spending and investment dynamics will be guarantors of this.