Dácil Juif



Associate Professor


Social Sciences


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid


Dácil Juif is Associate Professor in Economic History at the Social Sciences Department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, and a member of the Figuerola Institute of History and Social Sciences. She completed her PhD on the Long-Term Determinants of Human Capital Formation in the Iberian World at the University of Tübingen in 2014 and a three-year postdoctoral appointment at Wageningen University in 2017. Her research focuses on the economic history of developing regions, and in particular on the living standards of mineworkers, the effect of mining activities on wellbeing, labour migration, the development of tax capacity in former colonies, and long-run human capital formation. She teaches Economic History and Demography courses at the graduate and undergraduate level