I work in microeconomics with an emphasis on individual decision making. I am affiliated with the Department of Economics and Decision Sciences at HEC Paris, where I am a 5th year PhD student.
I am on the 2019-2020 job market and I will be available for interviews at the CICE 2019 meeting in Beijing, the EEA 2019 meeting in Rotterdam, and the ASSA 2020 meeting in San Diego. My job market paper proposes an easily implementable definition of comparative ambiguity attitudes, which makes it possible to obtain an overdue separation of the impacts of risk and ambiguity on willingness to pay. For the details and my other projects, please take a look at my research page.