About


I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at Sciences Po and a Doctoral Fellow at LIEPP.

From January to May 2017, I was a Visiting Scholar at the Economics Department of UC Berkeley.

I graduated from ENSAE, and obtained a Master in Economics and Public Policy from Ecole Polytechnique, ENSAE, and Sciences Po.

My research interests are in Political Economy and Applied Microeconomics. In my research, I seek to address two important sets of questions related to the functioning of democracies. First, I seek to understand the criteria upon which voters select politicians. Secondly, I analyze how the characteristics and incentives of elected officials affect public policies. More specifically, I am tackling questions such as:

  • Are women discriminated against in the political arena?
  • What are the economic consequences of electing a dynastic politician?
  • What are the causes of political polarization?


You can find my working papers here, and my CV here.