Graduated in History from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Master in Economic History with orientation in development models from the London School of Economics, University of London, and Diploma in Organizational Management from the San Pablo CEU University in Madrid. He was a fellow and researcher at the UBA, CONICET and the governments of France, Spain and the United Kingdom. He worked as director of programs and operations at International Voice in Japan and the British Council, the international cooperation agency in the United Kingdom where he developed projects for Argentina and Latin America in the areas of Government, Education and Sustainable Development. Consultant in international organizations such as ECLAC and IDB, he is a professor at the Di Tella University and currently Director in charge of the Energy, Environment and Natural Resources area of Poliarquía Consultores.
Analysis of the situation of the mining sector in various provinces through the examination of public opinion in relation to governments, the pandemic and mining, including that related to lithium. Challenges of the new political and economic and social agenda, especially in relation to demands on environmental impact, public control and local development and work with communities. Does what mining does at the provincial and local levels have an impact? Is it feasible to maintain the operations and relationship model from a few years ago in the new context? What are the aspects that must be taken into account in the post-pandemic process?