Economic inequality; Long term economic growth; Energy transitions
Diego is an economist and economic historian, he received an MSc in Economic History from the University of Lund and a BSc. in Economics and International Development from the University of London under the academic direction of the London School of Economics. He has served as a consultant for the UNDP, as an advisor in economic development in the Mexican Senate of the Republic and is a regular contributor to different Mexican newspapers and magazines. His research interests are Latin American and global income and wealth inequality from a historical and contemporary perspective, long term economic growth and energy transitions.