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Doctorants de PSE

Lydia Assouad

Lydia Assouad

  • Primary Field: Development Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Political Economics, Economic History, Applied Microeconomics
  • Supervisor: Piketty Thomas, Zhuravskaya Ekaterina
  • References: Thomas Piketty, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, Noam Yuchtman
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Lydia is an applied microeconomist working at the intersection of Development Economics, Political Economics and Economic History. She is interested in understanding the historical, institutional and cultural determinants of state fragility and economic development, using a variety of methods, including the tools of causal inference, the gathering of novel historical and administrative data, randomized controlled trials and experiments.

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Oscar David Barrera Rodriguez

Oscar David Barrera Rodriguez

Luis Guillermo Becerra-Valbuena

Luis Guillermo Becerra-Valbuena

  • Primary Field: migration, health, agriculture
  • Secondary Fields: Climate change and development
  • Supervisor: Katrin Millock
  • References: Liam Wren-Lewis
  • Job Market PAPER: Climatic shocks, air quality, and health at birth in Bogotá
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Luis is an applied economist in development and environment, interested in the different impacts that climate change can have on migration in different countries in Africa, on air pollution and, on agricultural adaptation in Latin American countries. He aims to direct his research towards the study of different problems in development and environment, using a broad set of quantitative tools and analytical training in econometrics, to satellite images and survey data.

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Nitin Kumar Bharti

Nitin Kumar Bharti

  • Primary Field: Applied Microeconomics
  • Secondary Fields: Economic History, Development Economics
  • Supervisor: Piketty Thomas, Cassan Guilhem
  • References: Piketty Thomas, Cassan Guilhem, Oliver Vanden Eynde, Nishith Prakash
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Nitin is an applied microeconomist, working in on topics related to conflict, education and inequality. His research interests rely on uncovering the systemic bias in institutions and underpinning it to its deep-rooted historical origins.

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Emmanuel Salvador Chavez Jimenez

Emmanuel Salvador Chavez Jimenez

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Evaluation of Public Policies Inequality and Taxation
  • Supervisor: Antoine Bozio
  • Curriculum Vitae: Version française , English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Emmanuel is an applied public economist. His work covers the effects of taxation on prices, labor outcomes and credits; the effects of government spending and tax incentives on research and innovation; as well as surveys and estimation of incomes and tax rates at the top of the distribution.

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Philippe Colo

Philippe Colo

  • Primary Field: Applied Theory
  • Secondary Fields: Experimental Economics
  • Supervisor: Jean-Marc Tallon, Stéphane Zuber
  • References: Jean-Marc Tallon, Stéphane Zuber, Frédéric Koessler, Mohammed Abdellaoui, Brian Hill
  • Job Market PAPER: Expert-based Scientific Knowledge: Communicating over Models
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Placement: Postdoctoral position, Duisburg-Essen University (Germany)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Philippe is interested in decision making when information relies heavily on experts. His work uses theoretical models and tools from experimental economics to provide both a deeper understanding of the process and concrete guidance, in particular in the context of climate related policies.

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Sophie Cottet

Sophie Cottet

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Labor Economics, Firm Dynamics
  • Supervisor: Antoine Bozio
  • References: Antoine Bozio, Luc Behaghel, Pierre Boyer, David Margolis
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Sophie is a public economist interested in the effects of regulatory and fiscal policies on firm and individual behavior. She exploits large employer-employee administrative data sets and uses quasi-experimental econometric designs to better understand how labor costs affect firm performance and demand for labor.

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Sandra Daudignon

Sandra Daudignon

Francesco Filippucci

Francesco Filippucci

  • Primary Field: Labor Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Public Economics
  • Supervisor: Marc Gurgand
  • References: Marc Gurgand, Luc Behaghel
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Francesco is an applied microeconomist, focusing on Labor and Public Economics. His work is centered on using policy evaluation – in particular professional training and active labor market policies -- to get insights about underlying economic parameters.

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Monica Gomez Ospina

Monica Gomez Ospina

  • Primary Field: Economics of Informality
  • Secondary Fields: Monetary Policy, Labor, Macroeconomics
  • Supervisor: Jean-Olivier Hairault
  • References: Jean-Olivier Hairault, Nuno Coimbra, Fernando Jaramillo
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Monica studies the economics of informality, focusing on the impact of informal labor markets on optimal monetary policy design. Her work provides a deeper understanding of the implications of informality for inflation stabilization and monetary policy in emerging economies.

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Brendan Harnoys-Vannier

Brendan Harnoys-Vannier

  • Primary Field: International Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Financial Crises, Narrative Economics
  • Supervisor: Daniel Cohen
  • References: Bénassy-Quéré Agnès, Bussière Matthieu, Cohen Daniel, Imbs Jean
  • Job Market PAPER: HarnoysV2020_4HorsemenApocalypse_JOBMARKETPAPER
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Brendan's research concentrates on international macroeconomics and finance with a particular focus on the links between financial crises and business cycles in emerging and developing markets. His work draws on past institutional experiences to combine econometric methods and new narrative evidence to create new datasets and identify the shocks and vulnerabilities behind multiple crisis episodes.

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Martin Jégard

Martin Jégard

  • Primary Field: Environmental Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Saptial Economics, Trade
  • Supervisor: Katheline Schubert, Hélène Ollivier
  • References: Hélène Ollivier, Geoffrey Barrows, Ariell Reshef
  • Job Market PAPER: An Optimal Distribution of Polluting Activities Across Space
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Martin’s research focuses on the economics of industrial pollution, exploiting both theory and an extensive range of administrative data on French plants. His job market paper analyses the welfare effects of the spatial distribution of polluting activities and the role of local air quality policies.

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Eui Young Jung

Eui Young Jung

  • Primary Field: Macroeconomics
  • Secondary Fields: Labor economics
  • Supervisor: Gilles Saint-Paul
  • References: Ferrière Axelle, Ravn Morten, Saint-Paul Gilles
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, University of Alicante (Spain)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Euiyoung's research focuses on Macro-Labor economics, particularly exploring a frictional labor market and its interactions with other market imperfections. His job market paper analyzes how to design labor market policies across business cycles when an economy faces asset and labor market frictions.

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Marion Leroutier

Marion Leroutier

  • Primary Field: Applied environmental economics
  • Secondary Fields: Public Economics, Urban Economics
  • Supervisor: Katheline Schubert, Philippe Quirion
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Marion's research focuses on the effectiveness and distributional impacts of environmental regulation, with a specific focus on air pollution and climate mitigation. She addresses these questions using policy evaluation econometric techniques applied to administrative, survey and spatial data.

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Jaime Leyva

Jaime Leyva

  • Primary Field: International macroeconomics
  • Secondary Fields: Macroeconomics, Finance
  • Supervisor: Antoine d'Autume, Nuno Coimbra
  • References: Antoine d'Autume, Nuno Coimbra, Antonio David, Catherine Doz
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Jaime’s research focuses on the international monetary system, with a particular interest in capital flow fluctuations. He is also interested in questions related to the global financial cycle, international financial spillovers and financial crises in emerging countries.

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Caroline Liqui Lung

Caroline Liqui Lung

  • Primary Field: Microeconomic Theory
  • Secondary Fields: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics
  • Supervisor: Olivier Compte, Philippe Jehiel
  • References: Olivier Compte, Philippe Jehiel, Wilko Bolt
  • Job Market PAPER: On the Origin and Persistence of Identity-Driven Choice Behavior
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Caroline is a behavioral economist that uses both theory and experiments. In her current research, she studies how social context influences individual choice behavior, and how this choice behavior contributes to the endogenous determination and persistence of stereotypes, inequalities and a lack of diversity across different social groups.

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Max Lobeck

Max Lobeck

  • Primary Field: Behavioral economics
  • Secondary Fields: Experimental economics, Labor Economics, Public economics
  • Supervisor: Jacquemet Nicolas - Senik Claudia
  • References: Roberto Galbiati, Nicolas Jacquemet, Shachar Kariv, Claudia Senik
  • Job Market PAPER: Motivating Beliefs in a Just World
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Placement: Postdoctoral position at the “Cluster of Excellence - Politics of Inequality”, University of Konstanz (Germany)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Max is a behavioral economist with a focus on economic inequality. His research uses observational and experimental data to get a better understanding of how institutions, policies, and beliefs shape attitudes towards inequality.

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Juan Luksic

Juan Luksic

Jaime Mauricio Montana Doncel

Jaime Mauricio Montana Doncel

  • Primary Field: Labor economics
  • Secondary Fields: Development economics, Personnel economics
  • Supervisor: Margolis David
  • Job Market PAPER: Wage posting and multidimensional skills mismatch
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Jaime's research questions aim at understanding, both from a theoretical and an applied perspective, how workers with multidimensional skills and firms with heterogeneous needs match, and why skill mismatches occur. He is also interested in informal employment in developing countries and in exploiting non-traditional sources for labor market information.

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Mathilde Munoz

Mathilde Munoz

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: International Trade, Labor Economics
  • Supervisor: Piketty Thomas
  • References: Thomas Piketty, Stefanie Stantcheva, Camille Landais, Arnaud Costinot
  • Job Market PAPER: CV
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Mathilde is a public economist studying the interaction between public policies and workers' geographic mobility. Her research combines quasi-experimental settings, theoretical analysis and administrative employer-employee data to quantify the redistributive implications of cross-border labor mobility and trade-in-services within and across countries.

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Alex Proshin

Alex Proshin

  • Primary Field: Health economics
  • Secondary Fields: Machine Learning, Microeconometrics, Behavioral Economics
  • Supervisor: ROCHAIX Lise - LAPORTE Audrey
  • References: Randall Ellis, Audrey Laporte, Lise Rochaix
  • Placement: Postdoctoral researcher, University of Toronto, Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation (Canada)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Alex does applied econometric research in the area of public and health economics, combining traditional econometric estimation and novel machine learning techniques. His work has broad international outreach (France, Canada, Russia), and has been carried out in tight collaboration with the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) of the University of Toronto.

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Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski

Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski

  • Primary Field: Applied Microeconomics
  • Secondary Fields: Migration Economics, Political Economy, Labor Economics
  • Supervisor: Hillel Rapoport
  • References: Hillel Rapoport, Sergei Guriev, Vincent Pons, Liam Wren-Lewis
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Sarah is an applied microeconomist who studies migration economics and political economy using a variety of econometric designs and a wide range of data, from administrative employer-employee data to survey data and big data. Her research sheds light on the economic and political drivers, as well as the consequences, of attitudes toward immigration.

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Shaden Shabayek

Shaden Shabayek

  • Primary Field: Social and economic networks
  • Secondary Fields: Economic theory
  • Supervisor: Bloch Francis
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Shaden studies social and economic networks, with a special focus on models of opinion dynamics. Her work introduces concepts grounded in behavioral sciences to the economic literature on naive learning in order to deepen the understanding of empirically well documented phenomena such as opinion polarization.

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Sara Signorelli

Sara Signorelli

  • Primary Field: Labour Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Public Economics, Migration, Innovation
  • Supervisor: Maurin Eric
  • References: Bahar Dany, Fontaine François, Maurin Eric, McNally Sandra
  • Job Market PAPER: Do Skilled Migrants Compete with Native Workers? Analysis of a Selective Immigration Policy
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, Amsterdam School of Economics, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Sara is a labor economist studying the labor markets of industrialized countries. Her work uses quasi-experimental econometric designs and administrative employer-employee data to analyze how skilled migration and technological change affect workers and firms.

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Lennart Stern

Lennart Stern

  • Primary Field: Public Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Environmental Economics
  • Supervisor: David Martimort
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Lennart studies how to optimally design global institutions with the mandate to contribute to particular global public goods and how to best create mechanisms to fund such institutions. For this, he applies mechanism design theory, optimal taxation theory, and game theory.

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Léo Zabrocki

Léo Zabrocki

  • Primary Field: Environmental & Health Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Causal Inference & Meta-Science
  • Supervisor: Hélène Ollivier
  • References: Hélène Ollivier, Tarik Benmarhnia, Marie-Abèle Bind
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Leo's research focuses on improving causal inference methods to better measure the adverse effects of air pollution on health. His interdisciplinary work draws on state-of-the-art matching algorithms, randomization-based inference and meta-science tools.

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Postdoctorants diplômés de PSE

Aya Elewa

Aya Elewa

  • Primary Field: International Trade and IO
  • Secondary Fields: Industrial Organization, Theory, Applied Microeconomics
  • Supervisor: Jean-Philippe Tropeano
  • References: Jean-Philippe Tropeano, Lionel Fontagné, Peter Neary, Marcelo Olarreaga, Mathieu Parenti
  • Job Market PAPER: Mixed market structure, competition and market size: How does product mix respond?
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Aya's research lies between International Trade and Industrial Organization, with a focus on firm behavior after trade liberalization. Building theoretical models that she can test empirically, she studies how competition and market structure differs after trade openness.

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Adrien Fabre

Adrien Fabre

  • Primary Field: Environmental economics
  • Secondary Fields: Decision theory, social choice, political economy
  • Supervisor: Mouez Fodha, Olivier Vidal
  • References: Stefanie Stantcheva, Gernot Wagner, Antoine Bommier, Mouez Fodha
  • Job Market PAPER: Disagreement Aversion
  • Curriculum Vitae: English version
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Adrien works on economics relevant to climate change: he conducts international surveys to study the political economy of climate policies, and studies the formation of beliefs. He also studies the cautious aggregation of beliefs from a decision-theoretic perspective, and his job market paper proposes a novel notion of disagreement aversion.

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Cem Ozguzel

Cem Ozguzel

  • Primary Field: International Migration
  • Secondary Fields: Labour, Trade
  • Supervisor: Hillel Rapoport, Ariell Reshef
  • References: Hillel Rapoport, Ariell Reshef, Jesus Fernandez-Huertas Moraga
  • Job Market PAPER: Cushioning Effect of Immigrant Mobility
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Cem is an applied micro-economist interested in understanding the causal effects of international migration on labour markets and trade. His work relies on rich administrative datasets to explore how international migration can contribute to the recovery of local labour markets following an economic crisis or boost trade capacity of sending or hosting economies.

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