I am currently a 4th-year PhD Fellow at the Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE). I am also a Lecturer at École Centrale Marseille and ESSCA School of Management.

My research examines the interactions between credit dynamics, monetary policy and inequality. For more information, you can download my CV here

You can also find me on LinkedIn and Twitter.


Peer-reviewed publications

Monetary policy and the top 1%, with A.Leroy, International Journal of Central Banking, forthcoming

Do rising top incomes fuel credit expansion? with A. Leroy, Economics Letters, Volume 196, November 2020, 109539

Working papers

Inflation and the income share of the rich, with J. de Haan and A. Leroy, CESifo WP No. 8203

Monetary policy and income inequality in the Euro Area, with J.Creel, SciencesPo-OFCE WP No.20/2020

Other publications

Un análisis integral de los efectos distributivos de la Política Monetaria no convencional en la Eurozona, Fundación Alternativas

Politique monétaire et inégalités, Regards Croisés sur l’Économie, 2019/1 (24), La Découverte

In the media

Higher interest rates reduce the top 1% share of the national income, LSE Business Review, October 2020

Les effets redistributifs de la politique monétaire de la BCE, Blog-OFCE, September 2019

Central banks contribute to inequality, American Institute for Economic Research, June 2019

Centrale banken zorgen voor meer vermogensongelijkheid (in dutch), Marketupdate.nl, May 2019

Monetary policy strongly influences income inequality – DNB paper, Central banking, May 2019