I am an economist whose research interests stretch from statistics and econometric theory (asymptotic theory, statistics of stochastic processes, inverse problems, nonparametric methods) to applied econometrics (econometrics of auction data, delegation models, dynamic adverse selection models).
I conducted my PhD in Economics at the Paris School of Economics and CREST under the joint supervision of David Martimort (Professor of Economics at the Paris School of Economics) and Jean-Pierre Florens (Professor of Mathematics at the Toulouse School of Economics). Under this dual and complementary supervision, my research interests lie in the area of econometrics (theory and methods), auction theory and principal-agent models. In a nutshell, my work focuses on structural econometrics applied to games of incomplete information and nonlinear inverse problems. Thus, I aim at studying the identification and estimation of auction and dynamic adverse selection models, but also at developing the economic theory behind the repeated principal-agent models.
I was a visiting student at the University of Chicago during the 2013-2014 winter and spring terms. I was awarded a Price Theory Fellowship by the University of Chicago-Becker Friedman Institute for the 2014-2015 academic year.
As a teaching assistant at Toulouse School of Economics I taught the Topic in Microeconomics at the undergraduate level.
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