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Carlos Santiago-Caballero

Professor of economic history

This is a summary of the main items of my CV, for a full list of publications, positions, projects and other items, please select the Full CV in pdf above.

Education

DPhil, London School of Economics

MSc in Global History, London School of Economics

PhD in Economic History, Universidad Complutense Madrid (Ciclo Docencia)

BSc in Economics (4 years degree), Universidad Carlos III Madrid.

Academic positions

Professor, Universidad Carlos III Madrid

Associate Professor, Universidad Carlos III Madrid

Assistant Professor, Universidad Carlos III Madrid

Assistant Teacher, LSE

Visiting Lecturer, Brunel University

Research Assistant, LSE

Selection of publications

  • In press. (with Palma, N) Patterns of Iberian Economic Growth in the Early Modern Period. In P. Lains, L. Freire Costa & R. Grafe (Eds.), An Economic History of the Iberian Peninsula, 700-2000. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. 

  • 2022 - (with Alvarez-Nogal, C. and Prados de la Escosura, L)  Growth Recurring in Preindustrial Spain? Cliometrica, 16(2), 215-241. 

  • 2022 - (with Sánchez-Alonso, B.) The loss of human capital after the Spanish Civil War: The Spanish refugees in Mexico. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 52(4), 537-564. 

  • 2021 - Social Homogamy in Spain at the Time of Modernisation, 1841-70. The History of the Family, 26(4), 682-708. 

  • 2021 - (with Pujadas-Mora J.M) Pandemics in History in Spain. Investigaciones de Historia Económica / Economic History Research, 17(2), 9-10. 

  • 2021 - Intergenerational occupational mobility in nineteenth century Spain (Valencia), 1841-1870. Revista de Historia Económica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History (New Series), 39(2), 219-264. 

  • 2021 - The gender gap in the biological living standard in Spain. A study based on the heights of an elite migration to Mexico, 1840-1930. Economics and Human Biology, 42. 

  • 2021 - Domestic migrations in Spain during its first industrialization, 1840s-1870s. Cliometrica, 15(3), 535-564. 

  • 2021 - (with Prados de la Escosura, L) The Napoleonic Wars: A Watershed in Spanish History? In P. K. O’Brien (Ed.), The Crucible of Revolutionary and Napoleonic Warfare and European Transitions to Modern Economic Growth (pp. 171-204).

  • 2020 - (with Pujadas-Mora J.M) Pandemics in History. Investigaciones de Historia Económica / Economic History Research, 16(4), 1-2. 

  • 2020 - (with Alvarez-Nogal, C. and Prados de la Escosura, L) Economic Effects of the Black Death: Spain in European Perspective. Investigaciones de Historia Económica / Economic History Research, 16(4), 35-48. 

  • 2016 - (with Alvarez-Nogal, C. and Prados de la Escosura, L)  “Spanish Agriculture in the Little Divergence”. European Review of Economic History, 20(4), 452-477. 

  • 2014 - Tithe series and grain production in central Spain (1700-1800). Rural History, 25(1), 15-37.  

  • 2013 - Trapped by nature: provincial grain yields in Spain in the mid eighteenth century. Revista de Historia Económica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History (New Series),31(3), 359-386.

  • 2013 - The Rain in Spain? Climate versus Urban Demand as Causes of Agricultural Stagnation in Eighteenth Century Spain. European Review of Economic History, 17(4), 452-470. 

  • 2013 - Inequality and agrarian per capita income in central Spain: Guadalajara 1690-1800. In P. Svensson & E. Hillbom (Eds.), Agricultural Transformation in a Global History Perspective (pp. 160-183). London, Routledge. 

  • 2011 - Income inequality in central Spain, 1690-1800. Explorations in Economic History, 48(1), 83-96. 

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