Dr Simon Lodato


Dr Simon Lodato
NameDr Simon Lodato
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Economics
Research institute
Primary appointmentAccounting, Finance & Economics
Email addressS.Lodato@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-7536-527X
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

I am Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University London. My research primarily focuses on political economy, applied economic theory and policy evaluation.

Teaching

I am currently teaching Microeconomics and Quantitative Methods.

Education and qualifications

PHD Economics
30 Nov 2018
University of Essex

Grants

Projects

  • [grant number NCS2021_063].
  • n. 102334
  • Grant # 2(1064)

Prizes and Awards

Research outputs

Constituency service and representation in Chile: The effects of remoteness and social deprivation

Dockendorff A. and Lodato, S. 2023. Constituency service and representation in Chile: The effects of remoteness and social deprivation . Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy. https://doi.org/10.1080/00344893.2023.2237028

When do interest groups lobby legislators in strong presidential systems?

Dockendorff, A. and Lodato, S. 2023. When do interest groups lobby legislators in strong presidential systems? Legislative Studies Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1111/lsq.12419

Inequality, poverty and the composition of redistribution

Costas-Fernandez, J. and Lodato, S. 2022. Inequality, poverty and the composition of redistribution. Social Choice and Welfare. 59 (4), pp. 925-967. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00355-022-01415-5

Regulation to redistribute well-being: political incentives in poor countries

Lodato, S. Regulation to redistribute well-being: political incentives in poor countries. Essex Seminar. University of Essex, UK Aug 2018

Industrial clusters and economic performance in Brazil

Cravo, T., Lodato, S., Pires, C. and Piza, C. 2013. Industrial clusters and economic performance in Brazil. Washington, D.C., United States Inter-American Development Bank.

The welfare effects of political money in regulation

Lodato, S. 2018. The welfare effects of political money in regulation. Essex Internal Seminar. University of Essex, UK Feb 2018

A comparative analysis of IDB approaches supporting SMEs: assessing results in the Brazilian manufacturing sector

Pires, J., Lodato, S., Cravo, T. and Vellani, S. 2014. A comparative analysis of IDB approaches supporting SMEs: assessing results in the Brazilian manufacturing sector. Washington, D.C., United States Office of Evaluation and Oversight (OVE), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
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