I am interested in how heterogeneity matters in frictional markets, especially in the labor and housing markets.
Master's in Economics, 2016
Bachelor of Mathematics, 2015
UPMC Sorbonne Universités
Bachelor of Social Sciences, 2013
I explore the rental housing market in the Paris area using a novel dataset.
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.
We analyse the impact of labor income tax in an heterogeneous workers framework with search frictions and aggregate shocks.
I exploit a spatial discontinuity introduced by a French reform in September 2015 to measure the links between commuting costs, employment and location decisions.
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For computationally intensive programs, I use Julia. For statistics, I mainly use R and Stata. For database management, I use SQL. For everything else, I use Python. You can see my answers to Codility challenges here. I have made contributions to the following open source projects:
||Author||A Julia package to estimate economic models using the Simulated Method of Moments.|
||Contributor||Parallel derivative-free moment optimization in Julia.|
||Contributor||Julia wrapper for the dierckx Fortran library|