Inicio Acerca de CPP Investigadores Dr. Carlos Carcach

Dr.Carlos Alberto Carcach

Formación y estudios realizados

Carlos Alberto Carcach estudió en la Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas (UCA), El Salvador, de donde se graduó en Administración de Empresas. Sus estudios de posgrado iniciaron con una maestría en Estadística en el Centro Interamericano de Seguridad Social, México. Más adelante, en Australia, en la Australian National University of Canberra (ANU) realizó su posgrado en Economía; después de esto, obtuvo su doctorado en Econometría en The University of New England.

Experiencia laboral

El doctor Carcach posee una extensa experiencia académica y profesional. Su labor principal, además de la docencia, es la investigación y la consultoría; algunos de sus cargos han sido: Consultor independiente, investigador principal para el Research Triangule Institute, North Carolina, investigador líder en el Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra y Estadístico en el Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra y en la Government Statistician’s Office del gobierno de Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

El doctor Carcach ha publicado ampliamente en revistas académicas. Así mismo, ha conducido investigación y consultoría sobre distintas temáticas tanto en el sector público como en el privado.
Actualmente trabaja en los temas de desarrollo económico y criminalidad, y sobre carreras criminales.

Experiencia como docente

El doctor Carcach ha sido docente en la Universidad Centroamérica José Simeón Cañas (UCA) y en la Universidad Dr. José Matías Delgado, El Salvador, Además, él ha sido profesor visitante de la Universidad de Costa Rica y Universidad de New England, Australia; e investigador visitante en las Universidades de Leiden, Holanda, Cambridge y Sheffield en el Reino Unido. Desde el 2003 es parte de la familia ESEN, esto le ha permitido acumular treinta y tres años de experiencia como docente.

Actualmente, Carlos Carcach es el coordinador de investigación en la ESEN, así como catedrático a tiempo completo de materias como:

  • Estadística y Probabilidad
  • Inferencia Estadística
  • Econometría
  • Materias electivas de econometría de series temporales, de variables cualitativas y econometría aplicada.
  • Investigación de Mercados
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Reconocimientos recibidos y publicaciones realizadas

Articulos en revistas especializadas

Carcach, C. (2007). Índice de Desempeño Escolar: Una herramienta para la clasificación de centros. Revista Electrónica Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 5(5e), pp. 283-282. http://www.rinace.net/arts/vol5num5e/art39.pdf .

Carcach, C., Mouzos, J. y Grabosky, P. (2002). The Mass Murder as Quasi-Experiment. The Impact of the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre. Journal of Homicide Studies, Vol. 6 No. 2.

Carcach, C. y Mukherjee, S.K.. (2002). Fear of Violence Among Australian Women. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, Vol. 4, No. 3.

Carcach, C. y Muscat, G. (2002). Location Quotients of Crime and Their Use in the Study of Area Crime Careers and Regional Crime Structures. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, p. 27-46.

Carcach, C., Goldney, R., Grabosky, P. y Strang, H. (2001). Temporal Clustering of Child Homicide: Contagion or Illusion?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol. 33, No. 3, p. 182-192.

Borooah, V.K. y Carcach,C. (1997) Crime and Fear: Evidence from Australia). British Journal of Criminology. Vol. 37, p 635-657.
Carcach, C., Frampton, P., Thomas, K. y Cranich, M. (1995). Explaining Fear of Crime in Queensland. Journal of Quantitative Criminology , Vol. 11, p 271-288.

Capítulos en libros

Carcach, C (2004). Australia. In D. P. Farrington, P. A. Langan & M. Tonry (eds), Cross-National Studies in Crime and Justice. Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington. September 2004, NCJ 200988.

Carcach, C. (2005). Crime and Punishment in Australia. In M. Tonry and A. Blumstein (eds), Crime and Punishment in Western Countries, 1980-1999. Crime and Justice. An Annual Review of Research. The University of ChicagoPress, Chicago.

Carcach, C (2002). An Empirical Test of the Life-Course Perspective to Violent Victimisation. In P. Nieuwbeerta (ed). Cross-National Comparative Victimisation Research. BOOM-Publishers, Meppel.

Carcach, C. y Mukherjee, S.K. (1996) Law, Justice, Indigenous Australians and the NATSIS: policy relevance and statistical needs in Proceedings of the Workshop on Statistical Needs for Effective Indigenous Policy: Findings from the 1994 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy and Research, ANU.

S.K. Mukherjee y C.A. Carcach (1996). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Criminal Justice System. in C. Cunnen and D. McDonald (eds), Keeping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Out of Custody: an evaluation of the implementation of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. (Canberra: ASTIC).

C.A. Carcach y S.K. Mukherjee (1996). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the Australian Prison System. in Trends in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Deaths in Custody and Incarceration, Annual Report 1995-1996.

De Mel, R. y Carcach, C. (1995). Comparison of Victimisation Rates Reported in the 1991 Queensland Crime Victims Survey and the 1993 National Crime and Safety Survey. In Criminal Justice Commission (eds), Crime Victims Surveys in Australia, Conference Proceedings, Brisbane.

Monografías

Carcach, C. y Makkai, T. (2003) The Australian Component of the 2000 International Crime Victim Survey (ICVS). Australian Australian Institute of Criminology, Technical and Background Series Paper, No. 3. (Canberra: AIC), http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/index.html.

Carcach, C. y Makkai, T. (2002) Review of Victorian Police Crime Statistics. Australian Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series, No. 45. (Canberra: AIC) http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/index.html.

Mouzos, J. y Carcach, C. (2001) Weapon Involvement in Armed Robbery. Australian Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series, No. 38. (Canberra: AIC).

Losoncz, I., Carcach, C., Blake, M. y Muscat, G. (2000), Atlas of Crime in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology.

Carcach, C. y Muscat, G. (1999) Juveniles in Australian Corrective Institutions 1981-1998. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 20. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Leverett, S. (1999) Recidivism Among Juvenile Offenders: An Analysis of Times to Reappearance in Court. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 17. (Canberra: AIC).

Mukherjee, S.K. y Carcach, C. (1998) Repeat Victimisation in Australia: Extent, Correlates and Implications for Crime Prevention. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 15. (Canberra: AIC).

James, M. y Carcach, C. (1997) Homicide in Australia 1989-1996. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series No. 13., (Canberra: AIC).

Mukherjee, S.K., Carcach, C. y Higgins, K. (1997) Juvenile Crime and Justice. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 11. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y McDonald, D. (1997). National Police Custody Survey August 1995. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 9. (Canberra: AIC).

Mukherjee, S.K., Carcach, C. y Higgins, K. (1997). A Statistical Profile of Crime in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 7. (Canberra: AIC).

Mukherjee, S.K. y Carcach, C. (1996). Violent Deaths and Firearms in Australia: Data and Trends. Australian Institute of Criminology, Research and Public Policy Series Number 4. (Canberra: AIC)

Reportes y otras publicaciones

Carcach,C. (2005), Remesas, Migraciones y Desarrollo Rural en El Salvador, Escuela Superior de Economía y Negocios. Perspectivas: Revista del Centro de Estudios Públicos, Octubre (San Salvador). Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spam bots. Necesita activar JavaScript para visualizarla Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spam bots. Necesita activar JavaScript para visualizarla .

Carcach, C. (2002), Farm Crime in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 237. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Huntley, C. (2002), Community Participation and Regional Crime. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 222. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C., Graycar, A. y Muscat, G. (2001), The Victimisation of Older Australians. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 212. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. (2001), Economic Transformation and Regional Crime. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 209. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. (2000), Size, Accessibility and Crime in Regional Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 175. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grant, A. (2000), Imprisonment in Australia: Sentenced Populations. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 174. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grant, A. (2000), Imprisonment in Australia: The Remand Population. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 172. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grant, A. (2000), Australian Corrections: The Offence Composition of Australian Correctional Populations. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 164. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. (2000), Regional Development and Crime. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 160. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grant, A. (2000), Australian Corrections: Main Demographic Characteristics of Prison Populations. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 150. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C., Grant, A. y Conroy, R. (1999), Australian Corrections: The Imprisonment of Indigenous People. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 137. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grant, A. (1999), Imprisonment in Australia: Trends in Prison Populations and Imprisonment Rates. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 130. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Leverett, S. (1999), Juvenile Offending: Specialisation or Versatility. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 108. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C., James, M. y Grabosky, P.N. (1998) Homicide & Older People in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 96. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y James, M. (1998) Homicide Between Intimate Partners in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 90. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grabosky, P.N. (1998) Murder-Suicide in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 82. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. y Grabosky, P.N. (1997) Firearms Homicide in Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 75. (Canberra: AIC).

Carcach, C. (1997) Youth as Victims and Offenders of Homicide. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 73. Canberra (also published in Crime & Justice International, Worldwide News and Trends, Vol. 14 No. 13 February 1998).

Carcach, C. (1997) Reporting Crime to the Police. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 68. (Canberra: AIC).

Áreas académicas de interés
  • Economía del crimen
  • Economía del desarrollo
  • Estadística Bayesiana
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