PhD in Economic and Business Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid and professor of History of Economic Thought at the CEU-San Pablo University. His main research topic focuses on the economic methodology, to which he devoted his doctoral thesis The debates on the role of mathematics as an instrument of research in economic analysis, led by the professor at the Complutense University of Madrid, Carlos Rodríguez Braun .
Other areas of interest to which he devotes his research are economic analysis through literature, the role played by institutions in the history of economic thought of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the School of Public Choice. The contribution of Evolutionary Psychology to the economic theories of the past together with the reception of the theories of the Austrian School in the United States constitute its current lines of research. He has participated in several research projects with private funding and has organized international congresses and seminars at the CEU-San Pablo University.