I am an Associate Professor of Economics (with tenure) at Ecole Polytechnique-CREST, a Research Affiliate at CEPR and a Research Fellow at the Tinbergen Institute.

Previously, I was an Assistant then Associate Professor at the University of Amsterdam. I visited the Economic Growth Center at Yale University in the Fall 2019.

My fields of research are Applied Microeconomics, Development Economics and Family Economics.

I was recently awarded an ERC Starting grant to study how social interactions, through peer effects and matching markets, shape population dynamics. The project is called "Peers and Possible Partners: Exploring the Origins of Population Long-term Equilibria" (P3OPLE).