My main areas of research include public economics, urban economics, and public policy evaluation with a focus on local jurisdictions. I use a wide variety of methods, including applied theory, reduced-form empirics, and structural estimation.
I studied the importance of the urban setting for different local policy instruments, such as taxes on households and businesses, and public goods and services. I am also interested in the empirical identification of tax competition. My recent research focuses on welfare effects of local policy determination.
- My Job Market Paper « The Marginal Value of Public Funds in a Federation » is selected to be presented at the
2022 NBER conference on the Economic Effects of Tax Competition on January 28th.
- « Taxes, traffic jam and spillover in the metropolis » has been awarded the 2019 Graduate Student Paper Award by the North American Regional Science Council, NARSC.
- « Tax competition within metropolitan areas » has been awarded the 2019 PhD Prize by the French Economic Association.
- I received the qualification of Maître de conférence (Assistant professor) by the CNU (National council of the University).
- « Ownership incentives and housing affordability: Evidence from France » is available as a working paper, n°03-2021 ERUDITE, 2021
- « Local taxation and tax base mobility : Evidence from France » has been published in Regional Science and Urban Economics.