M. Paul MAAREK
Matière(s) enseignée(s) :
Macroéconomie L1, semestre 1, Monnaie - Finance L2, semestre 1, Problèmes économiques contemporains L1, semestre 1, Finance d'entreprise M1, semestre 2
Thèmes de recherche :
Political Economy, Development Economics, Labor Economics, The Labor share
4 rue Blaise Desgoffe
Centre(s) de recherche :
Activités / CV
- HDR, université de Cergy-Pontoise, 2017
- Doctorat, université Aix-Marseille 2010
- Democratization and the Conditional Dynamics of Income Distribution. 2018, with Michael Dorsch.
Conditionally accepted at the American Political Science Review
- Rent Extraction, Revolutionary Threat and Coups in Non-Democracies. 2018, with Michael Dorsch.
Journal of Comparative Economics (accepted)
- Income taxation and the diversity of consumer goods: A political economy approach. 2017, with Renaud Bourles and Michael Dorsch.
Scandinavian Journal of Economics (accepted)
- Can the HOS model explain Changes in the Labor Share: A tale of Trade and Wage Rigidities. 2017, with Bruno Decreuse.
- Labor share and Development. 2017, with Elsa Orgiazzi.
World Bank Economic Review (accepted)
- Rent Sharing and Workers Bargaining Power: An empirical Cross Country/Cross Industry Panel Analysis. 2017, with Philippe Askenazy and Gilbert Cette.
Scandinavian Journal of Economics
- Development and Regulation Under the Threat of Revolution. 2016, with Michael Dorsch and Karl Dunz.
Journal of Comparative Economics
- FDI and the labor share in developing countries: A theory and some evidence. 2015, with Bruno Decreuse.
Annals of Economics and Statistics
- Macro Shocks and Costly Political Actions in Non-Democracies. 2015, with Michael Dorsch and Karl Dunz.
- Inefficient Predation and Political Transitions. 2014, with Michael Dorsch.
European Journal of Political Economy
- A note on Economic Inequality and Democratization. 2014, with Michael Dorsch.
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy
- Currency Crises and the Labor Share. 2013, with Elsa Orgiazzi.