Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at University of Alcalá. Bachelor of Economics and Business Administration (UNED), Master in Public Finance and Taxation (IEF) and PhD in Economics (University of Alcalá). He has teach in numerous courses and seminars on different aspects related with Water Economy and Pricing, and since 1998 he teaches at the University of Alcalá.
His research is focused on analyzing the pricing mechanism, pricing and costs of water services, which have led to participate in multiple research projects and contracts, both as a partner and as principal researcher. The result of this activity has resulted in participation in conferences and publications of books and magazines nationally and internationally. Since 2002 he has participated as an expert in several focus groups related to water and in the water planning process resulting from the implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Spain.
His activity in IMDEA Water Instituted is related to the participation and collaboration in various research projects and activities related to water economy.