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Juan Carmona Pidal

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Associate Professor

Email: jucar@clio.uc3m.es
External calls: +34-91 624 9363
Extension: 29363
Fax: +34-91 624 9574
Office: 18.2.D.06

Working papers and publications

Photo Juan Carmona

Research interests:

Institutional Economics. Agrarian organization and economic development. Rural
credit market. Agrarian contracts. Sharecropping in the South of Europe, 18th-
20th Centuries. Land prices. Large holdings management, 18th-20th Century.

Research Proyects

La integración vertical y las explotaciones agrarias en perspectiva histórica
Principal Investigator: James Simpson.
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. Period: 2010-2013

Teaching 2011-2012

 

"This course Juan Carmona is on sabatical at the London School of Economics and Political Science (London)"

 

Relevant/Recent publications:

  • 2012 (WithJames Simpson) "Explaining contract choice: vertical co-ordination, sharecropping, and wine, France 1850-1950" Economic History Review.
  • 2012 (With Joan Roses), Land Markets and Agrarian Backwardness (Spain, 1904-1934), European Review of Economic HIstory.
  • 2006 - (With Simpson, James)“El papel de la organización rural en el desarrollo agrario en España, 1850-1936”, en Aurora Gómez y Rafael Dobado (editores), México y España: ¿Historias Económicas Paralelas?, México, FCE, 2006.
  • 2006 - (With Simpson, James)“Economías de escala, organización de patrimonios y los obstáculos a una reforma agraria. Andalucía 1880-36”, en Ricardo Robledo y Santiago López, (eds), ¿Interés particular, bienestar público? Grandes patrimonios y reformas agrarias, Zaragoza, Prensas Univeristarias de Zaragoza, 2006.
  • 2006 - "Sharecropping and livestock specialization in France, 1830–1930", Continuity and Change, 21-2, pp 235-259.
  • 2003 – (con Simpson, James) El laberinto de la agricultura española. Instituciones, contratos y organización entre 1850 y 1936, Zaragoza, Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza.
  • 2001- La aristocracia terrateniente y el cambio agrario en España en el siglo XIX: la Casa de Alcañices, 1790-1910, Valladolid, : Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Bienestar Social, (Estudios de Historia)
  • 1999 - (With Simpson, James) "The "Rabassa morta" in Catalan viticulture: the rise and decline of a long term sharecropping contract", The Journal of Economic History.vol.59-2, pp.290-315
  • 1997 - "Contratos agrarios y riesgo en el cultivo de secano en Castilla-León, 1830-1936", Agricultura y Sociedad, 82, pp. 115-152
  • 1995 - "Las estrategias económicas de la vieja aristocracia española y el cambio agrario en el siglo XIX", Revista de Historia Económica, XIII (1), pp.67-92

Working Papers and Proceedings

‘Creation of the Farm. Expansion of cultivation, Conflicts and Yunteros in Extremadura, 1750-1936, Workshop cooperación y conflictos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, enero 2011. (with James Simpson),

Regional Agrarian Productivity in Spain (1915-1934): A Frontier Approach, First Quantitative Agricultural and Natural Resources History Workshop, Zaragoza, 2-3 junio 2011. (with Eva Fernández García and Joan R. Rosés.

‘Explaining contract choice: vertical co-ordination, sharecropping, and wine, France, 1850-1950’
(With James Simpson), Working papers in Economic History, Universidad Carlos III, WP 10-15. (2010)


Spanish Agriculture and the Government Enquiry: La Crisis Agrícola y Pecuaria, 1887-89. (Con James Simpson), Rural History 2010, Brighton, 12-16 septiembre 2010

Was Land Reform Necessary? Access to Land in Spain, 1904-1934, Economic History Society Annual Conference, Durham (UK), 26-28 marzo 2010 y Eight Conference of the European Historical Economics Society, Geneva (Suiza), 6-8 septiembre 2009 (with Joan Roses)

Land Markets and Agrarian Backwardness (Spain, 1900-1936) (with Joan Roses), Working papers in Economic History, Universidad Carlos III, WP 09-02. (2009)

"Why sharecropping? Explaining its presence and absence in Europe’s vineyards, 1750-1950", Seventh Conference of the European Historical Economics Society, Lund, Sweden, June, 29- July, 1st. 2007 (Con James Simpson),