Prize Jaume Vicens Vives
June 29th, 2019
Our book Agricultural Development in the World Periphery. A Global Economic History Approach, edited by Prof. Vicente Pinilla and myself in 2018 (Palgrave Studies in Economic History. London: Palgrave Macmillan) has received the Prize Jaume Vicens Vives to the best book on Economic History of Spain and Latin America (edition 2019).
This Prize is awarded by the Asociación Española de Historia Económica (AEHE).
Poverty of Clio
July 24th, 2019
I was chairman in the roundtable “Poverty of Clio” organized in the 6th Latin American Economic History Congress, Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Usach), Chile, 23-25th July, 2019.
The roundtable counted with the participation of Prof. Francesco Boldizzoni (University of Helsinki, Finland), Prof. Jörg Baten (University of Tubingen, Germany), Prof. Julio Pinto Vallejos (Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile) and Prof. Luis Bértola (Universidad de la República, Uruguay).
Prize PhD Dissertations, International Economic History Association (IEHA)
August 3rd, 2015
Dissertation competition with my PhD Thesis in Economic History “Natural Resources, Settler Economies and Economic Development during the First Globalization: Land Frontier Expansion and Institutional Arrangements”. I integrated the short list (three PhD Thesis) corresponding to the Long 19th Century.