Welcome to my website!
I am a third-year PhD candidate at the Paris School of Economics.
This academic year, I am a visiting student at UC Berkeley. I was a visiting student at MIT and Harvard Business School in 2021-2022.
My research lies at the intersection of public economics and political economy, with a special emphasis on topics related to the evolution of global poverty, inequality, and political divides in the long run.
I co-created the World Political Cleavages and Inequality Database. As Redistribution Coordinator at the World Inequality Lab, I coordinate research on the distributional incidence of taxes and transfers worldwide.
You can download my CV here.
You can also find some of my work on my Google Scholar profile.