Enrique de la Rosa-Ramos

PhD Candidate in Economic History

King´s College London

I am a Ph.D. candidate in economic history, with my research centered on the long-term economic disparities within labour markets. Specifically, I explore critical facets such as the gender wage gap, skill premium, and the evolution of real wages, covering the historical continuum from 1870 to the present. Additionally, I investigate specific historical episodes that have significantly influenced contemporary economic outcomes, contributing insights to ongoing debates in economics. An integral aspect of my research involves the digitization of previously undiscovered historical material, enabling the creation of new and comprehensive datasets.