PhD graduate in economics (EconomiX - UMR 7235) supervised by Prof. Jean-Pierre Allegret (GREDEG - UMR 7321) I'm an Assistant Professor in Economics at Le Havre - Normandy University. Teaching (mainly) macroeconomics to undergraduates. My research focuses on the macroeconomics of emerging economies, using the New Keynesian Synthesis model. Augmented with strategic interactions and imperfect governance in the public sector, it improves the literature's understanding of macroeconomic fluctuations in small, open emerging economies.
Other research areas of interest include Cooperative Game Theory with applications to electoral coalitions, data analysis on electoral results in emerging economies and the political economy of the Principal-Agent framework.
UNIVERSITE PARIS OUEST NANTERRE LA DEFENSE
De Septembre 2013 à Septembre 2015
Université Paris Nanterre - Sciences Economiques
2014 à 2018