Enrique de la Rosa-Ramos
- Graduate Teaching Assistant
- International development
Enrique de la Rosa-Ramos is a PhD student in the Department of International Development. Before moving to King’s, Enrique earned his MSc degree in Economic Analysis and Policy from Tulane University at New Orleans and his BA in Economics from the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP).
He also held a position as a Research Associate at the Commitment to Equity Institute (CEQI) at Tulane University. He has also held several positions in Mexican public administration including advisor to the President's Administration of the Republic in Mexico and Economic Deputy Director at the Federal Telecommunications Commission.
Thesis title: 'Mexico's Living Standards and Inequality in the Long-Run'
Enrique's research at King's focuses on economic history and long-run development with an emphasis on Mexico. He analyses historical data to help understand some recent economic labor market issues in the light of history. Specifically, Enrique's research explores the gender wage gap, gender occupational segregation, living standards, wage inequality and minimum wage in Mexico during the twentieth century.