Faculty
Mickael MELKI

Mickael MELKI

Associate Professor Research
Summary
Mickael Melki is Associate Professor at PARIS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. His research focuses on political economy and public finance.

Profile

Degree

  • PhD, Economics (graduated in 2012)

Teaching department

  • Economics and Business Information

Research department

  • Economic and Financial Performance

Publications

Scientific Article
Title Authors Source Date
New evidence on the historical growth of government in Europe: The role of labor costs Mickael MELKI, Andrew PICKERING European Journal of Political Economy 09/2019
Media-driven polarization. Evidence from the US Mickael MELKI, Petros SEKERIS Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal 06/2019
A New Explanation of the Historical Growth of Government in Europe: The Role of Labor Costs Mickael MELKI, Andrew PICKERING European Journal of Political Economy 01/2019
Labor Costs and the Size of Government Mickael MELKI Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 04/2017
Ideological polarization and the media Mickael MELKI, Andrew PICKERING Economics Letters 01/2014
POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM THE FRENCH DEMOCRACY Mickael MELKI Economic Inquiry 01/2014
Efficient government size: France in the 20th century Mickael MELKI, Francois FACCHINI European Journal of Political Economy 01/2013