Hello and welcome / Bonjour et bienvenue
I'm a macroeconomist and an econometrician, holder of a Doctoral Degree in Economics and Applied Mathematics from Aix-Marseille School of Economics (France). My areas of expertise are primary: Macroeconomics, Economic geography, Econometrics and secondary: Game Theory, Demography, Statistics, Probability and Computing. My academic research activities focused on macro-econometrics, particularly on non-linear modeling of central banks and monetary policy problematic (inflation, interest rates or growth dynamics, inflation-real economic activity trade-off, etc.). My recent research activities have led me to develop expertises in economic geography areas (production management, regional development, logistics, supply chain management), and gives me a great opportunity to collaborate in a number of European and international partnerships on maritime transport and logistics research projects. Before joining the African School of Economics, I have held teaching positions at the University of Sherbrooke and the University of Quebec in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) but also, the Université des Antilles et de la Guyane (Guadeloupe).