Julio Cáceres-Delpiano

Associate Professor
Labor Economics and Economic Development
+34 91 624 5745 Office: 15.1.59
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Julio Cáceres-Delpiano works at the Department of Economics at UC3M since 2005. Professor Caceres-Delpaino's research is focused on three areas: (1) fertility, and its impact on the accumulation of human capital; (2) reforms in divorce laws, their impact on crime, and on the welfare levels of children and mothers, and; (3) Economics of the education.

Main Publications

Cáceres, J., and Giolito, E. “Early impacts of college aid.” Economics Education Review Forthcoming 2018

Cáceres, J., and Simonsen, M. The Toll of Fertility on Mother's Wellbeing.” Journal of Health Economics Volume 31 (5). 2012

Cáceres, J. Is There a Cost Associated with an Increase in Family Size beyond Child Investment? Evidence from Developing Countries.” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy (Advances). Volume 12(1). 2012

Cáceres, J., and Giolito, E. “The Impact of Unilateral Divorce on Crime.Journal of Labor Economics Volume 30 (1). 2012

Cáceres, J. “Can we still learn something from the relationship between Fertility and Mother’s Employment? Evidence from Developing Countries.” Demography Volume 49 (1). 2012

Cáceres, J. Impact of Family Size on Investment in Child Quality. Multiple Births as Natural Experiment.” Journal of Human Resources. Volume 41, Number 4 (Fall). 2006

Recent Research

Cáceres, J., and Giolito, E. “The impact of (a larger) school choice (set) on academic outcomes.”


Econometría I (Grado) Economía Aplicada (Grado) Introducción a la Econometría (Master en Desarrollo) Tópicos en Economía Aplicada: Economía de la Población (Doctorado)