Welcome to my page. I am an economist working on the interdependency between the demand for goods and the allocation of time (including the labor supply), the monetary valuation of time by activity type, and the impact of social interactions on experienced satisfaction. These topics involve various shadow prices: estimating them constitutes another part of my research.

Microeconomics: consumer behaviour, demand models, experienced well-being, allocation of time, labor supply, household production, shadow prices, social norms and interactions.

Econometrics: reduced-form causal analysis, statistical matching, and structural estimation.

PhD in Economics (2016) - Paris School of Economics and University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

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Contact: anilalpman@gmail.com