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Archeology and ethnology Professor, Master in Biological Anthropology, University of Zagreb – Croatia.

Has developed his professional career as researcher responsible for the Socio-economic area in the Universidad Mayor de San Simón in Cochabamba in Bolivia (UMSS) GTZ Biogas Project – UMSS, Faculty of Agronomy (87-90). Research head of research team in Cochabamba CESAT NGOs (1991-1993). Remote teacher in Anthropology, Education Sciences and Philosophy at the Catholic University of Bolivia. (1995-2000). Research Associate of the Institute of Anthropological Research, “Formative Project”, University of Chapel Hill (North Carolina) and UMSS (1991-1993), Cochabamba. Co-Director of the Archaeological Research Project “Samaipata” (PIAS), University of Bonn and DINAAR. (1994 – 1995), Santa Cruz. Co-Director of Archaeological Research Project “Caraza Valley” Free University of Berlin – UMSS (1995 – 1997), Cochabamba.

Has worked a consultant and project coordinator of environmental and social fields, for government and nongovernmental organizations.

Has been member of CERAI (2003 – 2010), and coordinator of the first Global Illicit Crop Production, Barcelona (2009)


- Invited Professor, University of Valencia, Spain, Administration and Management, since 2008.

- Thesis Advisor / different degrees / Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering and Environment (ETSIAMN) of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, since 2012.

- Coordinator of development program in Northern Albania / Shkoder /; AECID-CERAI (2009 – 2010)

- Associate Researcher at the Chair “Sustainable Earth” at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, since 2011.

- Coordinator of the Observatory of Declared Illicit Crops (2010-2012)

- Technical Director of the Observatory of Declared Illicit Crops, since 2012.

- Evaluator of programs and alternative development projects, since 2011.

Has wide experience in field studies on the agriculture of cannabis (marijuana) and cocaine.