Dr. Marín is an economic expert in microeconomic analysis, valuation techniques, competition and regulation in various sectors, particularly energy, telecommunications, and transportation.
Since joining Brattle he has directed numerous projects and provided testimony in international disputes and commercial arbitrations under the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Rules, before the Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission (IACAC), the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the Commercial Arbitration Court in Madrid (Corte Civil y Mercantil de Arbitraje), the Madrid Arbitration Chamber (Corte de Arbitraje de la Cámara Oficial de Comercio e Industria de Madrid) and in one ad hoc arbitration. He has also given testimony in competition cases before antitrust authorities and in cases before the Spanish Courts. Many of these cases include the estimation of damages. He has recently submitted expert reports in energy, telecommunications and broadcasting, construction and environmental damages, and the retail services sector. He also has provided regulatory advice to investors and regulatory authorities.
Between April 2008 and January 2011 he served as Secretary General and as Secretary of State for Energy in Spain with responsibility for the regulation of electricity and gas markets. Between 2004 and 2008 he was Director of the microeconomic policy department at the Economic Office of the Spanish Prime Minister, supervising regulatory issues and competition in key productive sectors, inter alia. Previously he was a Professor of Economics at the Carlos III University, where he also served as Dean at the Faculty of Law and Economics. His research on competition policy and market structure in regulated sectors has been published in several books and international publications.
Dr. Marin speaks fluent Spanish, English and Italian, and reads French and Portuguese.