Mathias Reynaert is a Professor of Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics. His fields of interest are empirical industrial organization and environmental economics. His research received recognitions such as the 2015 Paul Geroski and YEEA Prize, the 2022 Edmond Malinvaud Prize, an ERC starting grant (2023-2028), and a 2023 nomination for best young economist in France.  He is a research affiliate at the CEPR and an editorial board member at the Review of Economic Studies.

Curriculum Vitae

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Working Papers

"An Evaluation of Protected Area Policies in the European Union," with Tristan Earle Grupp, Prakash Mishra, and Arthur A. van Benthem, June 2024, submitted

"Colluding Against Environmental Regulation," with Jorge Alé-Chilet, Cuicui Chen, and Jing Li, May 2024, revised and resubmitted


“Abatement Strategies and the Cost of Environmental Regulation: Emission Standards on the European Car Market”,  Review of Economic Studies, 2021, 88(1), 454-488

"Who Benefits When Firms Game Corrective Policies?" with James Sallee,  American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2021, 13(1), 372-412 (working paper)

“Consumer Valuation of Fuel Costs and Tax Policy: Evidence from the European Car Market” with Laura Grigolon and Frank Verboven, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2018, 10(3): 193-225 (working paper)

“Improving the performance of random coefficients demand models: The role of optimal instruments” with Frank Verboven, Journal of Econometrics, 2014, 179(1), 83-98 (Replication Folder) (working paper)

Overview Articles

"The Environmental Impacts of Protected Area Policy," with Eduarda Souza-Rodrigues and Arthur A. van Benthem, forthcoming in a special issue of Regional Science and Urban Economics