I am currently a PhD student in economics at the University of Toronto.
Previously, I completed a joint bachelor degree in economics and mathematics and a master degree in economics.
My research interests include applied econometrics, crime, education and labour.
Impact of Economic Conditions and Marriage Market on Inmates' Recidivism (link)
Work in progress
Prison Rehabilitation Programs: Efficiency and Targeting (with Guy Lacroix and Steeve Marchand, draft coming soon)
Can Recidivism Be Prevented From Behind Bars? Evidence from a Behavioral Program (draft coming soon)
Economic Conditions, Marriage Market and Recidivism
Effect of Parole on Recidivism (with Steeve Marchand)
Assessing the Predictive Power of the LS/CMI: A Machine Learning Approach (with Guy Lacroix)
Principles of Microeconomics, Quantitative Methods, Health Economics, Applied Econometrics
LaTeX workshop aimed to undergraduate and graduate students covering the basics of the language and the proper way to construct tables, equations, etc. Contact me for the slides and videos (in French).