About

I am a PhD candidate and teaching assistant at LAREFI, University of Bordeaux.

I am an applied macroeconomist and my research focuses on the distributional consequences of monetary policy in the advanced economies. I am particularly interested in the contribution that micro data and household surveys can make to my research.

My supervisors are Jérôme Héricourt and Sophie Brana.

During my PhD I took part in the Traineeship programme of De Nederlandsche Bank (Research Department) and was a visiting researcher at the Bank of Italy (Monetary Policy Division). For more information, you can download my CV here

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