I am full professor of economics at the University of Luxembourg, in the department of economics and management. (DEM).
My research interests are mainly about international economics, especially the economics of international migration. I investigate a broad range of issues such as migration of skilled workers, network effects, migration and climatic shocks, international mobility of students, mitigation of resource booms through mobility of workers and more recently evaluation of the IIA hypothesis in international migration with some possible econometric solutions.

I am teaching international economics, econometrics, causal identification in econometrics and a course on the economics of international migration at the PHD level.
I am currently coordinator of two PHD programs partly or fully devoted to migration research, the  MINLAB and the ACROSS  programs at the University of Luxembourg in collaboration with LISER.