I am Ph.D candidate since 2016 at Paris School of Economics, under supervision of Prof. Laurent Gobillon and Prof. Miren Lafourcade, with a funding by French Ministry for Energy and Ecological Transition as a member of the Corps des Ponts (a French Civil Service Fast Stream that includes a Ph.D track)
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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 or morphogenesis and other non-linear phenomena that are such common issues when dealing with spatial economics.