Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in Economics.
Aix-Marseille School of Economics.
Macroeconomic Theory, Behavioural Economics, Labour Markets.
Forward to the Past: Short-Term Effects of the Rent Freeze in Berlin. (with Hahn, Anja M. and Kholodilin, Konstantin A. and Waltl, Sofie R.) - Management Science, forthcoming.
Asymmetric Reference-dependent Reciprocity, Downward Wage Rigidity, and the Employment Contract. (with Alex Dickson) - Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 163 (July 2019), p.409--429.
When are Wages Cut? The Roles of Incomplete Contracts and Employee Involvement (Theory & Data Analysis, with D. Schaefer and C. Singleton)
Does Pay Inequality Affect Worker Effort? An Assessment of Existing Experimental Designs (Theory & Methodology)
Reference Dependent Aspirations and Peer Effects in Education (Theory & Data Analysis, with J. Norris, A. Romiti. and Z. Shi)
Asymmetric Reciprocity and the Cyclical Behaviour of Wages, Effort and Job Creation ___[JOB MARKET PAPER]
2019 Sir Alec Cairncross Prize for best paper by a junior economist (finalist)
(Conditionally Accepted at American Economic Journal : Macroeconomics)
Social Comparison, Wage Inequality and Procedural Fairness: an Experimental Investigation (Theory & Laboratory Experiment, with J. Hepp, and S.R. Waltl)
A Theoretical Note on: Asymmetries in Intensity and Persistence of Reciprocity in Labour Markets (Theoretical Note)
WORK IN PROGRESS
Asymmetries in Intensity and Persistence of Reciprocity in Labour Markets (Theory & Laboratory Experiment, with A. Dickson and J. Norris)
The ``Fair'' Wage: Perspectives on Reference Wage Formation in Labour Markets (Theory)
Relative Wage Comparisons and Unemployment Hysteresis (Macroeconomic Theory)