Faculté
Mickael MELKI

Mickael MELKI

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

Profil

Degree

  • PhD, Economics (graduated in 2012)

Département pédagogique

  • Economics and Business Information

Département de recherche

  • Economic and Financial Performance

Publications

Scientific Article
Titre Auteurs Source Date
Polarization and corruption in America Mickael MELKI, Andrew PICKERING European Economic Review 05/2020
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
The Democratic Crisis and the Knowledge Problem Mickael MELKI, François FACCHINI Policy and Politics 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