Welcome to my personal site. I received my PhD in economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, and up until recently I held a Visiting Professor position at FH Düsseldorf, Germany. Starting in September 2015 I will be teaching at UIC Barcelona.

My current research fields are offshoring, labor dynamics, welfare analysis, and cultural economics. A sample of my presentation skills is available here. In the past I also took an interest in East Asian economies in general and Japan in particular, on which I published several peer-reviewed papers.

As far as teaching goes, my tastes and experience are a tad eclectic. Apart from the fields on which I presumably have a comparative advantage (those above), at present I am involved in business-oriented courses where I frequently use the case-study approach.

In addition to that, I like to keep myself up to date with the recent developments of the Austrian School, specifically, on such diverse issues as gold and silver and cryptocurrencies/Bitcoin, market-based management, seasteading and charter citiesideas which can be traced back to the utopian Galt's Gulch.

In these pages you will find my CV, publications and working papers, and some other stuff that might grab your attention. You can also f
ind the details on the book that I published with other colleagues on the offshoring phenomenon. Just feel free to contact me at your convenience.