Enrique de la Rosa-Ramos

PhD Candidate in Development Economics and Economic History

King´s College London

I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at King´s College London and a Teaching Fellow at Queen Mary University. My research is at the crossroads of economics and history with an emphasis on labour economics, economic development and urban economics.

My PhD work assembles new and comparable long-term wage series to investigate the economic disparities (wage inequality, gender wage gap and living standards) in Mexico´s labour markets since 1870. I also provide for the first time evidence of the top incomes in Mexico during the twentieth century.