Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo

ORCID iD
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2043-9198
  • Also known as
  • Show details Hide details
D Castillo,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

D Castillo-Hidalgo,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

DC Hidalgo,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

Daniel Castillo Hidalgo

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

  • Country
  • Show details Hide details
Spain

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2016-01-24)

  • Keywords
  • Show details Hide details
Economic History,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2014-11-26)

Maritime History,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2014-11-26)

African History,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2017-08-19)

African Ports,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2014-11-26)

Port of Dakar,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2014-11-26)

African Economic History,

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2017-08-19)

Dock Labour

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2014-11-26)

  • Websites
  • Show details Hide details
Commodity Histories Project

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

GIS Histoire Maritime

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

La Gobernanza de los Puertos Atlánticos

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

Personal Website "Clionomics"

Sources:
Daniel Castillo-Hidalgo (2015-07-29)

  • Other IDs
  • Show details Hide details
Scopus Author ID: 54882438500

Sources:
Scopus - Elsevier (2014-11-26)

Biography

Daniel Castillo Hidalgo (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1984) obtained his Ph.D in Economic History from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (2012), where he wrote a dissertation on the Evolution of the Dakar´s Port Community (1857-1957). This work is just published as: Puerto de Dakar, puerta de África Occidental. Una Historia Económica de Senegal (1857-1957), Le Canarien Ediciones, 2016. After his Ph.D., he worked for two years as adjoint researcher in the R+D project led by his PhD director, professor Dr. Miguel Suárez Bosa: "Port management models and port communities in the Atlantic (XIXth-XXth centuries) (HAR2010-17048/HIST, €30K)". Since 2014, he works as postdoctoral scholar and assistant lecturer in the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Since April 2015 he forms part of the Research Institute of Text Analysis and Applications (IATEXT-ULPGC). In October 2015 he was awarded a "Precompetitive Project Grant (5,200 euros) by the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) to coordinate the project on the Suez Crisis (1956-1957) and its impact over the West African port system. He also forms part of the Research Team in the project: Global South: Ports and Economic Development (1850-2019) funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (2016-2018). His research agenda focuses on a deeper knowledge of the long-term comparative analysis of West African transport infrastructures (ports and railways) and how they favoured the expansion of the commercial growth but in the same way how they promoted the extension of economic inequalities in a global-scale perspective. His work is based on an evolutionary perspective of the historical processes (path-dependence) in which he aims to link the distinctive fields of economic and social history, imperial and colonial history, port economics and institutional economics. Castillo forms part of the Groupement d´Intéret Scientifique d´Histoire Maritime et Sciences de la Mer (France-CNRS), La Gobernanza de los Puertos Atlánticos (Spain-UNED) (where he is nominated as Secretary since october 2016) and collaborates with the Commodities of Empire Research Project (UK-Open University) and the African Economic History Network (Wageningen University).
  • : , ,

    {{group.getActive().startDate.year}}-{{group.getActive().startDate.month}}-{{group.getActive().startDate.day}} to present {{group.getActive().endDate.year}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.month}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.day}} {{group.getActive().endDate.year}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.month}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.day}} |  ()
    • Show Details Hide Details
    Organization identifiers
    {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedName}}: {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedCity}}, {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedRegion}}, {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedCountry}}
    Other organization identifiers provided by {{group.getActive().disambiguationSource.value}}
    • {{orgDisambiguatedExternalIdentifier.identifierType}}: {{orgDisambiguatedExternalIdentifier.preferred}} (preferred) ,
      {{orgDisambiguatedExternalIdentifierAll}}{{$last ? '' : ', '}}
    Created
    Source: {{(group.getActive().sourceName == null || group.getActive().sourceName == '') ? group.getActive().source : group.getActive().sourceName}}
No education added yet
  • : , ,

    {{group.getActive().startDate.year}}-{{group.getActive().startDate.month}}-{{group.getActive().startDate.day}} to present {{group.getActive().endDate.year}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.month}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.day}} {{group.getActive().endDate.year}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.month}}-{{group.getActive().endDate.day}} |  ()
    • Show Details Hide Details
    Organization identifiers
    {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedName}}: {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedCity}}, {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedRegion}}, {{group.getActive().orgDisambiguatedCountry}}
    Other organization identifiers provided by {{group.getActive().disambiguationSource.value}}
    • {{orgDisambiguatedExternalIdentifier.identifierType}}: {{orgDisambiguatedExternalIdentifier.preferred}} (preferred) ,
      {{orgDisambiguatedExternalIdentifierAll}}{{$last ? '' : ', '}}
    Created
    Source: {{(group.getActive().sourceName == null || group.getActive().sourceName == '') ? group.getActive().source : group.getActive().sourceName}}
No employment added yet
No publications added yet

Record last modified {{lastModifiedDate}}