Professor of International Economics, International Business Management Department of the Geneva School of Business Administration (Haute école de gestion de Genève HEG).
In the past, he was Senior Economist at the French Prime Minister Service, Senior Advisor at the African Center for Economic Transformation, Regional Manager of World Energy Council, and Senior Policy Advisor of the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme.
He has held academic positions at the University of Oxford, the Dubai School of Government, the University of Buenos Aires and IEMS-Skolkovo Business School.
He has been visiting professor and researcher at Sciences Po, HEC-Paris and INSEAD among others.
Nicolás is an international economist with extensive research and policy analysis experience in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.
His area of research is on the intersection of international trade and development economics. He has published several articles on agriculture supply chains, food security, wine economics, resource-rich economies, debt relief, emerging market economies, and the economies of the Gulf and Africa.
He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University.