I am Ph.D candidate since 2016 at Paris School of Economics, under supervision of Prof. Laurent Gobillon and Prof. Miren Lafourcade, as a Corps des Ponts fellow (a French Civil Service Fast Stream that includes a Ph.D track funded by French Ministry of Energy)
I am currently working in French Treasury, as Deputy Head of Environment and Climate Policy.
You can find here a résumé.
My primary research interests are in Economic Geography and Urban Economics.
However, I am further interested in the connected fields of Economic History, Labor Economics, Environmental Economics, and Fiscality.
Furthermore, I owe my primary training and keep a deep interest in Complexity Science, a point of view and a bunch of methods that can be crucial, even if often ignored by economists, to understand and model path-dependancy, hysteresis, self-organization, morphogenesis and other non-linear phenomena that are such common issues when dealing with spatial economics.
The views and opinions expressed in my academic papers are mine own and do not reflect any official policy or position of the Directorate General of the Treasury.