My research focuses on heterogeneous agents models and frictional markets. Prior to starting my PhD, I worked at the Economics Department of the OECD.
Master's in Economics, 2016
Bachelor of Mathematics, 2015
UPMC Sorbonne Universités
Bachelor of Social Sciences, 2013
We analyse the impact of labor income tax in an heterogeneous workers framework with search frictions and aggregate shocks.
I develop a model of the labor market with frictions that endogeneously reproduces the income risks that different types of workers and firms face across the business cycle.
We analyse the consequences of the minimum wage on employment and sorting in a model of the labor market with search frictions, heterogeneous workers and firms, and business cycle fluctuations.
I analyze a French reform that led to a drop in commuting costs in 2015 using a regression discontinuity design. I find that the reform led to job creations for municipalities benefiting from the reform.
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