I am currently an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Southern California.

I received my Ph.D. from the Toulouse School of Economics in December 2014.

I am an applied and empirical microeconomic researcher. My research interests include: information economics and industrial organization.

My Job Market Paper, Preemption and Forecast Accuracy: A Structural Approach,  sheds new light on the interplay between competition and timing in the market for professional forecasts.

Nicolas Dupuis, a fellow PhD student at TSE, and I have developed a new identification and estimation approach that allows to structurally estimate cheap talk games. Using a original dataset on movie reviews, we use our approach to estimate the strategic bias of movie reviewers. The paper, Structural Estimation of Expert Strategic Bias: the Case of Movie Reviewers, received the ESEM award of the best paper in applied economics in 2014.