He is Main professor of the Academic Department of Economics in the Undergraduate School and professor in the Graduate School. He is also lead researcher at the Research Center of Universidad del Pacífico. He holds a Master of Arts in Economics from Georgetown University (ILADES), and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Universidad del Pacífico.
He has experience as a professor in charge of the courses of General Economics for undergraduates, and Environmental Analysis, Fundamentals of Economics for Public Decisions, and Economics and Business Management for graduates. His areas of interest include economic policy, social policy, the international financial crisis, the economic development of Latin America and social management, subjects on which he has published several books and articles and has given several talks.
Economic and social policy in Latin America, international financial crisis, macroeconomic environment, economic and social history of Peru and Latin America.