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PhD in Economic History Workshop (UB-UC3M-UV)



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PhD in Economic History Workshop (UB-UC3M-UV)

Barcelona, June 14th


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Session 1: 9.30 – 11 hours

Chair: Fran Beltran

  • Jordi Caum Julio (University of Barcelona): Can colonial institutions explain income distribution? Evidence from rural colonial India. Advisors: Alfonso Herranz Loncán (University of Barcelona); Gabriele Cappelli (University of Siena). Discussant: David Fernando Forero.
  • Barbara Tundidor (UC3M): Can Land Inequality hamper Rural Credit Access? Can land reforms improve access to credit? Evidence from Mexican state-level data, 1940-1960. Advisor: Eva Fernandez (UC3M). Discussant: Alejandro Nieto Ramos

Session 2: 11.30 – 13 hours

Chair: Sergio Espuelas

  • Adrian Palacios Mateo (NTNU): Education and Household decision-making in Spanish Mining Communities. Advisor: Francisco Beltran Tapia. Discussant: Jordi Caum Julio
  • Guillem Verd (University of Barcelona): The long Road to Maternity Leave. The Role of Social Groups in the Formation of Family Policies in Spain, 1900-1931.  Advisors: Montserrat Carbonell and Sergio Espuelas (UB). Discussant: Barbara Tundidor.

Session 3: 15 – 17.15 hours

Chair: Juan Carmona

  • Alejandro Nieto Ramos (Universidad de Valencia): The income distribution in Colombia at the end of the 19th century. A pending debate. Advisors: María Teresa Sanchis Llopis and José Alejandro Peres-Cajías. Discussant: Guillem Verd.
  • David Fernando Forero (UC3M): The long-term relationship between Industrialization and economic development in Latin America (1913-2013). Advisor: Antonio Tena. Discussant: Giuliana Freschi or Marco Martínez.
  • Giuliana Freschi and Marco Martinez (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna): Women’s employment and occupational mobility in nineteenth-century Italy: a case-study approach . Advisor: Alessandro Nuvolari (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna). Discussant; Adrian Palacios Mateo

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