He has worked as the head of the commercial section of the Embassy of Chile in Kenya and has been an administrative officer with the Embassy of Spain in Nairobi. Prof. Mudida serves on the advisory board of the Busara Center of Behavioural Economics and is a member of 2 societies i.e. the Royal Economics Society of the UK and the Society for Financial Econometrics of the US, a global network of academics and practitioners dedicated to sharing research and ideas in the fast-growing field of financial econometrics.
He also has experience in multilateral negotiations, for example, with the Inter-governmental Authority on Development where he represented the Kenyan government in regional negotiations in Djibouti.
Prof. Mudida has published widely in his areas of research interest which include international trade and finance, the application of time series techniques to macroeconomic data, institutional economics, competition policy, international finance, the philosophy of economics, the economics of development and the economics of conflict.