Ph.D. student in Economics

I am a Ph.D. student in Economics at RITM research center — Université Paris Saclay.

My field of research are Digital Economics and Experimental Economics. My research interests are the online labor market, the economics of smartphone applications, the manipulation of online information and the effects of nudging on economic behaviors.

News & recent presentations:

2022:


2021:

  • MIT@CODE2021 (Virtual Conference), November 2021, Boston, UNITED-STATES

  • 3rd Crowdworking Symposium (Virtual Conference), September 2021, University of Bremen, GERMANY

  • 7th Digital Economics Summer School, June 2021, Paris, FRANCE

Biography

Théo Marquis is a Ph.D. student in Economics at RITM research center — Université Paris-Saclay. His field of research is digital economics. In 2018, he graduated with honors from the Master in Economics at ENSAE with a specialization in Game Theory. He started his Ph.D. in October 2018 supervised by Grazia Cecere and Fabrice Le Guel at University Paris Saclay. His general research interests are the online labor market, the economics of smartphone applications, and the effects of nudging on economic behaviors.

Address

Faculty Jean Monnet

54 Boulevard Desgranges, 92 330 Sceaux

Office D103