Manuel García Dellacasa
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Contact & Office Hours
Tuesday, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Ph.D., M.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst
B.S., Universidad de Chile
Manuel García Dellacasa is a political economist whose research interests comprise urban development, labor markets and the care economy. Focusing on Latin America, his work analyzes how urban environments can reproduce economic and gender inequalities even as they provide opportunities to overcome them. García’s research underscores the economic potential of community care as an instrument for growth and equality. His teaching interests are broadly related to his research. At Smith, he teaches introduction to political economy, development economics, urban economics and introductory macroeconomics.
Magazines & Newspapers
“Desafíos de la transición demográfica: hacia un sistema de cuidado de adultos dependientes remunerado y comunitario,” (Co-author: Lilian Araya) CIPER Chile, 2021.
“Quién cuida a las que cuidan?” OPES, 2020.
“The awakening of dignity,” The Massachusetts Review, 2019.