I am currently a research officer (post-doc) at the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I am partly funded under a LABEX Finance et Croissance Durable post-doctoral fellowship awarded by Institut Louis Bachelier, in partnership with the Climate Economics Chair at Paris-Dauphine University–PSL Research University.
I am an applied theorist working at the intersection of microeconomic theory (specifically decision-making under uncertainty and game theory) and environmental economics (climate policy in general and emissions trading in particular).
I was an associate lecturer and researcher at Paris-Dauphine University in 2017-18 (one-year position as A.T.E.R.) where I completed my PhD in economics (defense in October 2017). My background is in physics and engineering.