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Dr Simone Meraglia

Dr Simone Meraglia

Senior Lecturer in Economics

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+44 (0) 1392 725619

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Dr. Simone Meraglia joined the University of Exeter Business School in 2014 as a Lecturer in Economics after a year spent as Post-Doctoral research fellow at the University of Bologna, and as a visiting scholar at the New York University. He finished his Ph.D. in Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics in 2013.

Nationality: Italian

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Qualifications

  • Ph. D (Toulouse School of Economics)

Research clusters

Research interests

  • Political Economy
  • Organisational Economics
  • Economic History

My main research interest lies in the analysis of political and market (supporting) institutions, their determinants, and how they interrelate one with another. I explore theoretical and applied models of institution building and State formation, with a focus on the causes and consequences of weak and strong States.

Research projects

I am currently working on the link between the rise of the market economy and the joint evolution of local and state-wide institutions, with an applications to Medieval and Modern Europe.

 

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Angelucci C, Meraglia S, Voigtländer N (2022). How Merchant Towns Shaped Parliaments: from the Norman Conquest of England to the Great Reform Act. American Economic Review, 112(10), 3441-3487. DOI.
Marattin L, Meraglia S, Minetti R (2022). Sovereign bail‐outs and fiscal rules in a banking union. Scandinavian Journal of Economics DOI.
Cobo-Reyes R, Katz Wisel G, Markussen T, Meraglia S (2022). Voting on sanctioning institutions in open and closed communities: experimental evidence. Social Choice and Welfare, 58, 619-677. DOI.
Charness G, Cobo-Reyes R, Meraglia S, Sánchez Á (2020). Anticipated Discrimination, Choices, and Performance: Experimental Evidence. European Economic Review, 127, 103473-103473. DOI.
Cobo-Reyes R, Katz Wisel G, Meraglia S (2019). Endogenous Sanctioning Institutions and Migration Patterns: Experimental Evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 158, 575-606. DOI.

Publications by year


2022

Angelucci C, Meraglia S, Voigtländer N (2022). How Merchant Towns Shaped Parliaments: from the Norman Conquest of England to the Great Reform Act. American Economic Review, 112(10), 3441-3487. DOI.
Marattin L, Meraglia S, Minetti R (2022). Sovereign bail‐outs and fiscal rules in a banking union. Scandinavian Journal of Economics DOI.
Cobo-Reyes R, Katz Wisel G, Markussen T, Meraglia S (2022). Voting on sanctioning institutions in open and closed communities: experimental evidence. Social Choice and Welfare, 58, 619-677. DOI.

2020

Charness G, Cobo-Reyes R, Meraglia S, Sánchez Á (2020). Anticipated Discrimination, Choices, and Performance: Experimental Evidence. European Economic Review, 127, 103473-103473. DOI.

2019

Cobo-Reyes R, Katz Wisel G, Meraglia S (2019). Endogenous Sanctioning Institutions and Migration Patterns: Experimental Evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 158, 575-606. DOI.
Cobo-Reyes R, Katz G, Markussen T, Meraglia S (2019). Voting on Sanctioning Institutions in Open and Closed Communities: Experimental Evidence. DOI.

2017

Meraglia S, Cobo R, Katz G (2017). Endogenous Sanctioning Institutions and Migration Patterns: Experimental Evidence.

2016

Marattin L, Meraglia S (2016). Potential Output and Fiscal Rules in a Monetary Union Under Asymmetric Information – 2nd Ed. DOI.

2015

Marattin L, Meraglia S (2015). Potential Output and Fiscal Rules in a Monetary Union Under Asymmetric Information. DOI.
Meraglia S, Angelucci C (2015). Trade, Law and Order, and Political Liberties: Theory and Application to English Medieval Boroughs.  Abstract.