José has about 30 years of professional experience teaching and working, mainly as an infrastructure economist, in academia and international financial institutions (IFIs).
José’s work cuts across several of Frontier practices, such as transport, water, strategy and public policy. It includes the appraisal of investment projects, cost-benefit analysis, infrastructure Public-Private partnerships (PPPs) and the interface between infrastructure and finance.
Since the 2008 financial crisis, José has done work for private clients, such as HSBC and the EVCA, exploring the links between sectors of the economy, such as water and private equity, and economic growth.
José’s work for IFIs, such as the EIB, EBRD or IDB, focuses on evaluating the economic impact of their infrastructure portfolios and financing instruments, and on designing results frameworks for sector and country strategies.
José holds MSc and PhD degrees in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, while his Licenciatura en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales is from the University of Valencia in Spain.