I am an economist based in Rennes, France. I hold a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Rochester. Before that I studied in Switzerland (pre-university), Belgium (Université Catholique de Louvain, Ba equivalent) and France (Université Toulouse I, masters). Since then I have been a assistant professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal (2003-2010), a visiting professor at HEC Lausanne, a researcher at Universidad de Málaga, departamento de Teoria e Historia Economica, a substitute professor at the Université de Sherbrooke, a LTA Professor at Concordia. I started teaching at ENSAI in September 2013, and am affiliated to the CREST-ensai lab.
You can access through the menu my research page, my teaching page (mostly in french) and my CV. You can also see on the right of this page my recent tweets. I also use another twitter account, ECN_Danthine to select from those tweets the ones more related to economics. I use that account more intensively during my teaching semesters (thus providing readings for students.)
Here at ENSAI I am responsible of two 3rd year specialisation fields. This means I need to check the cursus is up to date and at the hedge, find speakers and teachers, many from application fields and the world of business, make sure the students follow, organize project topics and defences, greet speakers for coffee and lunch. A list, in french, of what is expected can be found here.Responsabilité de filières.
We have worked hard, at ENSAI, to allow ourselves to have 2 or 3 workshops a year. These were initiated by Stéphane Auray when he was the lone economist. Even though we are now 5 economists, we still find it easier to work on a series of workshops than a seminar series. You can find the list of ENSAI economic days here. I have worked to organize 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24. And am currently in charge of number 25, which is coming in June.
When I was in Málaga I was lucky enough to be able to organize two workshops:Advances in the analysis of labor markets with frictions and Advances in the analysis of labor markets with frictions II.
Unfortunately the program of the first workshop disappeared with my UQAM webpage, so I have reproduced it here (without photos and links)
You can also see where I have presented in the past.