CV - Department of Economics and Business - Universitat Pompeu

CV (october 2014 )
ENRIQUETA CAMPS-CURA.
Current Position:
Tenured Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Business
Administration
Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
Ramón Trías Fargas, 25-27
Office 20.222
08005 BARCELONA
SPAIN
Affiliated Professor at Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
Campus Ciutadella
Ramón Trias Fargas, 25-27.
08005 BARCELONA
SPAIN
How to contact me :
e.mail: enriqueta.camps@upf.edu
Phone (office): XX (3493)542 1677
PROFESSIONAL EXPERTICE:
Tenured associate professor at DEE of UPF since may 1991. Feasible research
experience in the following topics: Labor and Gender economic history; Human
capital with special reference to education; Population dynamics and economic
development, International economy; Cost-benefit analysis and practice: manager
of several research projects. Assessment and evaluation: projects’ and Tenure
Track evaluator for the Catalan Regional Government (AGAUR) (2009-2011) and
the Spanish Government (ANECA) (2007-2012) and ANEP agencies.
Academic Formation:
-Honours as the grade of the secondary school and the selectivity proves.
-Graduation in Economics, 1984, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona.
Graduation grade: Excel.lent.
-Master Thesis (tesina) in Economics, 1984, Faculty of Economics, Universitat
Autònoma de Barcelona, awarded the extraordinari price of the promotion 1984-85.
MA Thesis Title: “La formació d’una ciutat catalana sota l’impuls de la
industrialització” Title translated into English: The formation of a Catalan Town
under the stimulus of industrialization. Thesis Director: Jordi Maluquer de Motes i
Bernet.
-PHD Thesis in Economic History, 1990, Department of History and Civilisation,
European University Institute, Florence. Awarded the compliments of the jury. Thesis
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Title: “Migraciones internas y formación del mercado de trabajo industrial en la
Cataluña del siglo XIX (Title translated into English: “Internal migrations and labor
market formation in 19th century industrial Catalonia”: Thesis Director: Stuart J.
Woolf.
RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS:
-1983; Research grant, CIRIT, Catalan Government, Barcelona.
-From 1984 to 1986; Pre Doctoral Research Grant from the Spanish Ministry of
Education and Science, Madrid.
-1986-87; Research Grant from the European University Institute, Florence.
-1987-88; 1988-89; Post Doctoral Research Grant from the Spanish Ministry of
Education and Science, Madrid.
-1990-91; Post Doctoral Research grant of Reincorporation into Spanish University,
Ministry of Education and Science, Madrid.
-1998; Research award to visit the British University (LSE), CIRIT, Catalan
Government, Barcelona.
-2005-2006; Research award to visit Harvard University, AGAUR, Catalan
Government, Barcelona.
-2014-2015, Seed Grant from Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
POSITIONS IN FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES.
Key: D=Phd, P=Postdoctoral, I=Invited, C=contracted, O=others
Centre: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales.
Place: Paris
Country: France
Date: 1984
Duration (weeks):8
Topic: Historical demography
Key: O (supplementary course of the Master in Economics).
Centre: European University Institute.
Place: Florence
Country: Italy
Date:1985-1990 Duration(weeks):265
Topic: History of labor markets and family economies and strategies.
Key: D
Centre: the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure.
Place: Cambridge Country: UK
Date:1994
Duration(weeks):15
Topic: Household structures and family economies.
Key: I (Visiting Scholar); Invited by Richard Wall.
Centre: the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure.
Place: Cambridge Country: UK
Date: 1995
Duration(weeks):15
Topic: Household structures and family economies.
Key: I (Visiting Scholar); Invited by Richard Wall.
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Centre: London School of Economics and Political Science.
Place: London
Country: UK
Date:1998
Duration(weeks):30
Topic: Labour markets and welfare.
Key: I ; Invited by Dudley Baines.
Centre: Harvard University. Department of Economics.
Place: Cambridge Mass Country: USA
Date: January 2005-august 2006
Duration (weeks):80
Topic: Human capital, gender and inequality; economic development and social
inequality.
Key: I; Invited by Jeffrey G. Williamson.
Centre: London School of Economics and Political Science.
Place: London
Country: UK
Date: February-may 2012-06-25
Duration (weeks): 15
Topic: the development of the international economy.
Key: I , Invited by Janet Hunter, head of the economic history Department.
SPONSORED PROJECTS:
1. “Progreso técnico, productividad y empleo en la España Mediterránea durante el
período contemporáneo. Un análisis comparativo”, Spanish Ministry of Education
(DGICYT), 1992-1994. Project led by Jordi Maluquer de Motes. Universities involved:
UAB, UPF.
2. “Cambios en la organización del trabajo en dos sectores tradicionales: las industrias
lanera y conservera”, Spanish Ministry of Education (DGICYT), 1993-1995. Project
led by Enriqueta Camps. Universities involved: UPF, Universidad del Pais Vasco.
3. “El impacto de la segunda revolución tecnológica en el mercado de trabajo y la
estructura industrial”, Spanish Ministry of Education (DGICYT), 1995-1997. Project
led by Enriqueta Camps. Universities involved: UPF, Universidad del Pais Vasco.
4. “La gran empresa en España durante el siglo XX: organización, estrategias,
propietarios y financieros, especialización sectorial e internacional en perspectiva
comparada”, Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture (DGESIC), 1997-2000. Project
led by Albert Carreras de Odriozola. Universities involved: UPF, Universidad
Complutense de Madrid.
5. “Segmentación, condiciones de trabajo y trayectorias laborales en el mercado de
trabajo industrial (1840-1960)”, Spanish Center for Gender Studies (Instituto de la
Mujer), 2000-2003. Project led by Cristina Borderias. Universties involved: Universitat
de Barcelona and UPF.
6. “España en la economía internacional: integración de mercados, transferencias de
conocimiento, innovación y convergencia en el largo plazo”, Spanish Ministry of
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Science and and Technology, 2000-2003. Project led by Albert Carreras. Universities
involved: UPF.
7. “La reconstrucció de l’activitat econòmica a Catalunya en un marc comparatiu (18201950) amb criteris de codificació comparables”,Comissionat per a Universitats i
Recerca, Acció Especial, Generalitat de Catalunya, 2000-2001. Project led by
Enriqueta Camps. Universities involved: UPF, U.B., UAB
8. “Importaciones y modernización económica en América Latina, 1890-1960”,Spanish
Ministry Science and Technology, 2004-2006. Project led by Albert Carreras de
Odriozola. Universities involved: UPF, UB.
9. Research associate of the project “Unifying the European Experience”, 2005-2009, A
Marie Curie Research and Training Network, European Commission, Commission
contract no. 512439. Project lead by Kevin O’Rourke and Steve Broadberry.
10. “Gender, Human Capital and Inequality: a Comparative perspective”, Instituto de la
Mujer, 2006-2009. Project lead by Enriqueta Camps. Universities involved: Universitat
Pompeu Fabra, Harvard University, Cambrige University, Nijmeden U., Universidad de
la República de Uruguay.
11. Member of the Grup de Recerca en Economia Aplicada i Història Econòmica,
conducted by professor Jaume Garcia Villar and financed by Generalitat de Catalunya,
refs. 1995 SGR 00580; 1996 SGR 00015; 1998 SGR 00841.
12. Member of the Grup de Recerca en Economia Aplicada i Història Econòmica
conducted by professor Joachim Voth, 2009-2013 ref. 2009 SGR 309.
13.”Eclipse imperial: transición y emergencia de nuevas estructuras políticas en
América, Asia y África (1750-1950), Project lead by Josep M. Delgado Ribas,
MINCIN, HAR 2012-3952-CO-01, 2012-2106 .
14. “Globalization, inequality and gender inequality during 19th and 20th centuries”
project lead by Enriqueta Camps, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics Seed Grant,
July 2014-december 2015.
Publications:
Published articles in referenced journals:
1. Enriqueta Camps Cura (1987): “Industrialización y crecimiento urbano: la formación
de la ciudad de Sabadell”, Revista de historia económica, V:1.
2. Enriqueta Camps Cura (1990): “La teoría del capital humano: una contrastación
empírica. La España Industrial en el siglo XIX”, Revista de Historia Económica, VIII:2.
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3. Enriqueta Camps Cura (1990): “Urbanización y migraciones internas durante la
transición al sistema fabril: el caso catalán”, Revista de Demografía Histórica, VIII:2.
4. Enriqueta Camps i Cura (1991): “Els nivells de benestar a finals del segle XIX.
Ingrés i cicle de formació de les families a Sabadell”, Recerques, 24.
5. David Reher, Enriqueta Camps Cura (1991): “Las economías familiares dentro de un
contexto histórico comparado”, Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 55
6. Enriqueta Camps Cura (1993): “Las migraciones locales en España”, Revista de
Demografía Histórica”, X:1.
7. Enriqueta Camps i Cura (1992): “Population Turnover and the family cycle: the
migration flows in a Catalan town during the nineteenth century”, Continuity and
Change, 5:2.
8. Enriqueta Camps (1997): “Las transformaciones del mercado de trabajo catalán,
1850-1925: migraciones, ciclos ce vida y economías familiares”, Revista de Historia
Industrial, 11.
9. Enriqueta Camps-Cura (1998): “Transitions in Women’s and Children’s Work
Patterns. Implications for the Study of the Family Income and the Household
Structure”,The History of the Family. An International Quaterly, 3:2.
10. Enriqueta Camps Cura (2002): “Trabajo infantil y estrategias familiares durante los
primeros estadios de la industrialización catalana (1850-1925). Esbozos a partir del
estudio de un caso”, Cuadernos de Historia Contemporánea, 24.
11. Enriqueta Camps-i-Cura (2004): “Wage Structures and Family Economies in the
Catalan Textile Industry in an Age of Nascent Capitalism”, Continuity and Change,
19:2.
12. Enriqueta Camps i Cura (2005): “Teixint la ciutat fàbrica. La primera Manchester
Catalana”, Recerques.
14. Enriqueta Camps, Stanley Engerman (2009): “What do women do?: Is fertility
decline universal?, Journal of Economic History, 69:2.
15. Enriqueta Camps, Stanley Engerman (2014): “World Population Growth: the Force
of Recent Historical Trends”, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 44:4.
Papers in progress (Working Papers) available at Economics Department of UPF;
Ideas and the SSRN.
13.Enriqueta Camps: “Poverty and Children’s Work in Historical Spain and in Current
Developing Countries: First Results”.
15. Enriqueta Camps: “Labor market formation patterns in 19th century Catalonia”.
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17. Enriqueta Camps: “The Gender Bias and Children’s Work”
(***) Papers written in the last 5 years can be found at my Faculty Page
http://www.econ.upf.edu/en/people/onefaculty.php?id=p575
18. Enriqueta Camps and Stanley Engerman: “Race and educational inequality in Latin
America, 19th and 20th centuries”
BOOKS:
1. Enriqueta Camps (1995): La formación del mercado de trabajo industrial en la
Cataluña del siglo XIX, Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales, Colección de
Historia Social.
2. Presentation of the author of the book by Jeffrey G, Williamson (2012), El
desarrollo económico mundial en perspectiva histórica. Cinco siglos de
revoluciones industriales, globalización y desigualdad, Prensas de la
Universidad de Zaragoza, 2012.
3. Enriqueta Camps (2013): Historia económica mundial. La formación de la
economía internacional, Madrid, McGraw-Hill, forthcoming.
BOOK CHAPTERS IN PEER REFERED SERIES:
1. Enriqueta Camps (1993): “The role of the family-cycle in the formation of the
labour market” in Stuart J. Woolf (ed), The World of the Peasantry, European
University Institute, Florence.
2. Enriqueta Camps Cura (1994): “Capital comercial i treball industrial: les
estratègies familiars durant la transició al sistema fabril” in J.M. Benaul, J.
Calvet, E. Deu, Indústria i ciutat. Sabadell, 1800-1980, Publicacions de l’Abadia
de Montserrat.
3. Enriqueta Camps, Pilar Pérez-Fuentes Hernandez (1994) (ed): Las economías
familiares en una perspectiva histórica, Revista de Demografía Histórica, XII,
2/3.
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4. Enriqueta Camps (1996): “Family Strategies and Children’s Work Patterns:
Some Insights from Industrializing Catalonia -1850-1920-“ in H. Cunningham,
P.P.Viazzo (ed), Child Labor in Historical Perspective -1800-1985-. Case
Studies from Europe, Japan and Colombia. Unicef-Istituto degli Innocenti,
Florence.
5. Enriqueta Camps (1999): “Mercados de trabajo modernos sin estado del
bienestar” in A.Carreras, P.Pascual, D.S.Reher, C.Sudrià, Col.lecció
homenatges: Dr. Jordi Nadal, Publicacions de la Universitat de Barcelona,
Barcelona.
6. Enriqueta Camps (2004): “Les prestacions socials i l’oferta de benestar de “la
Caixa”” in Un segle de historia (1904-2004). Cent anys de la creació de la Caixa
de Pensions, Barcelona, La Caixa.
7. Pau Baizan, Enriqueta Camps (2007): “The impact of women’s educational and
economic resources on fertility”, in A. Janssens (ed.), Gendering the Fertility
Decline in the Western World, Peter Lang, Geneva.
8. Enriqueta Camps (2009): “Children’s work in Spanish Textiles During the 19th
and 20th Centuries” in H. Hindman (ed) The World of Child Labor. An historical
and regional survey. Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe.
9. Enriqueta Camps (2011): “The Rise and Decline of Children’s Labor
Participation Levels During the Early Stages of Industrialization: Catalonia
(1850-1925), in K. Lietten and E. van Nederven Meerk (ed), Child Labor Global
Past, New York et alt., Peter Lang.
LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Lecturing Experience in English, Spanish and Catalan.
Seminar Discussion Experience in English, Spanish, French, Italian and Catalan.
Publications accepted (Referenced Journals) in English, Spanish and Catalan.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE COURSES (topics):
-World economic history.
-Economic history of Spain.
-International economic history.
-European economy.
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-Economic international relations.
-Labour economic history.
-Topics in economic history (Master).
Participation and organization of Conferences (regular presentations in workshops
and seminars are not included).
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“Les problèmes des societés de l’Europe du Sud du XVIIIé an Xxé siècles”.
Held at Fondation des Treilles (2 papers), France, April 1986.
“Work and Family in pre-industrial Europe”, European University Institute, (1
paper), Italy, November 1989.
Congreso de la Asociación de Historia Económica, (1 paper), Barcelona, Spain,
September 1986.
IV Congreso de la Asociación de Historia Económica (1 paper), Alicante, Spain,
mayo 1989.
Symposium de Análisis Económico (2 papers), Bellaterra (Barcelona), Spain,
September 1990.
Congreso Hispano-Luso-Italiano de Demogafía Histórica, (invited ponent),
Savona, Italy, November 1991.
19th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association (panel organizer
together with Angelique Janssens and paper), Atlanta, USA, november 1994.
20th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association (panel organizer
together with Angelique Janssens and paper), Chicago, USA, november 1995.
Conference on Children’s Work in Europe and Latin America, past and present,
(1 paper), Unicef-Istituto degli Innocenti, Florence, Italy, may 1995.
IV Congreso de la Asociación de Demografía histórica (session organizer and
paper), Bilbao, Spain, December 1995.
1st International Workshop on Family Economies and Strategies, event
organizer together with Pilar Pérez-Fuentes, Barcelona, Spain,1993.
2nd International Workshop on Family Economies and Strategies, event
organizer together with Pilar Pérez-Fuentes, Bilbao, Spain, 1994.
3rd International Workshop on Family Economies and Strategies, event
organizer together with Pilar Pérez-Fuentes, Barcelona, Spain, 1997.
Pre-conference of the 12th International Economic History Congress
(discussant), Fondation des Treilles, France, 1997.
Conference on Worlds of Wages (2 papers), Fondation des Treilles, France,
May, 1999.
Household and Family in the Past Time. Conference in the honor of Peter
Laslett -20 years after the World we Have Lost was issued (Chair and
discussant of session). Mallorca, Spain, October 1999.
Congreso de la Asociación de Historia Económica, invited as an expert in the
pre-conference on “Hombres y mujeres en el Mercado de trabajo”, UAB,
Bellaterra (Barcelona), Spain, March 2001.
VI Congreso de la Asociación de Demografía Histórica, (session organizer),
Castelobranco, Portugal, aril 2001.
Pre-conference of the International Economic History Congress (1 paper),
Luxemburg, June 2001.
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European Social Science History Congress (1 paper), Berlin, Germany, April
2004.
- European Business History Association Meeting, session discussant, Barcelona,
Spain, September 2004.
- Social Science History Association Annual Meeting, 1 paper, Chicago,
November 2004.
- Conference on “Were Women Present in the Demographic Transition”, 1 paper,
Nijmeden, The Netherlands, May 2005.
- Congreso de la Asociación Española de Historia Económica, 1 paper, Santiago
de Compostela, Spain, September 2005.
- Internacional Economic History Conference, 2 papers, Helsinki, Finland, august
2006.
- Conference on Children’s Work in the Global Past, 1 paper, Internacional Social
History Institute, Ámsterdam, the Netherlands, November 2006.
- Conference on Economic History of Asia and the Pacific Rim, Economic
History of Asia and the Pacific Rim Society, 1 paper, Sydney, Australia,
February 2007.
- Conference of the Economic History Society, 1 paper, Exeter, UK, April 2007.
- Iberometrics, 1 paper, Unvierstiat de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, march 2007.
- Global Business Association Conference, 1 paper, Kyoto, Japan, august 2007.
- Internacional Conference on Latin America’s Economic History, session
organizer together with María Magadalena Camou and 1 paper, Montevideo,
Uruguay, December 2007.
- Simposio de Análisis Económico, 1 paper, Granada, Spain, December 2007.
- Second Workshop on Human Capital, Inequality and Gender, event organiser,
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 22, 23 june, 2008.
- Economic History Association Conference, 1 paper, New Haven, USA,
September 2008.
Conference on Unifying the European Experience, A Marie Curie Research
Network, organised by Kevin O’Rourke and Stephen Broadberry, 2008.
Conference of the Economic History Society, Oxford, April 2012.
Conference on aspectos cuantitativos de la historia de Latino America,
Universitat de Barcelona, one presentation, 2013.
- Conference on “Latin American inequality in the long run” organized by
professor Jeffrey G. Williamson and Luis Bertola, Buenos Aires, 1 paper
accepted co-authored together with Stanley Engerman, December 2014.
- Conference on “labour relations and the family” organizaed by the International
Institute of Social Reasearch, the Netheralnds, December, 2014.
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