I am a PhD candidate in Finance at HEC Paris. My primary fields of research are mutual funds and market microstructure. Specifically, I am interested in securities lending, short selling, and mutual fund investments, with a focus on information transmission in the financial markets.
I will attend the European Job Market for Economists in Rotterdam on 18-19 December 2019 as well as the AFA/ASSA meetings in San Diego on 3-5 January 2020.
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- Market microstructure, asset management, investment funds, information in financial markets
Education (full CV)
- PhD in Finance, HEC Paris, Supervisor: Thierry Foucault (2014–2019)
- Visiting scholar at UC Berkeley (February–May 2018)
- MSc Economics (APE), Paris School of Economics-EHESS (2014)
- BSc Accounting and Finance, London School of Economics and Political Science (2012)
- Securities Lending and Trading by Active and Passive Funds (job market paper)
- Learning from Noise? Price and Liquidity Spillovers around Mutual Fund Fire Sales (joint with Daniel Schmidt)
- Strategic Allocation of Securities Lending Profits
- Index Crowding by Replication Funds
- HEC Paris, Lecturer in Financial Economics (2016). Teaching evaluations: 4.3/5
- HEC Paris, Teaching assistant in Financial Economics (2014–2019)
- INSEAD, Teaching assistant in Economics (2014)