Welcome to my web page!

I am a research fellow at CEE-M, CNRS – SupAgro-INRA.

I will join Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) as a post-doctoral fellow in October, 2019.

I hold a Ph.D. in economics from University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Paris School of Economics. You can read my thesis here. My advisor was Antoine d’Autume.  I also held an ATER (Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche) position in 2017-2018.


I am interested in environmental economics and my academic life turns mostly around catastrophic climate events and tipping points in the environment. I recently started to work on the effect of psychological biases on economic decisions, especially for the exploitation of common natural resources.

The cover photo stems from the legendary  « Dark Side of The Moon » album booklet (yes, I am a huge fan of Pink Floyd.) and it shows the cardiac cycle of the human heart. Indeed, I wrote a paper about limit cycles and bifurcations that I have recently published in Journal of Mathematical Economics! You can read it here. Do you know that the bifurcation theory is almost used everywhere? Even for the noise reduction feature of headphones or for cardiac pacemakers! 
My research interests are:
Environmental and Resource Economics
Growth Theory
Intergenerational and Intragenerational Equity
Adaptation and Mitigation Policies
Environmental Catastrophes
Intertemporal dependencies, recursive macroeconomics (Larry Epstein is the man!)

During my Ph.D., I gave tutorial classes in macroeconomics and microeconomics for last year of BSc and the first year of MSc in International Economics. I also gave tutorial classes for Advanced Environmental Economics course at Sciences Po, Paris. 

I also play rhythm and solo guitars in a rock band « Karlin« . 

In addition, I have a genuine interest in linguistic and political philosophy but I should read much more to deepen my knowledge about these topics! Recently,  I read some Claude Lévi-Strauss books.

You can listen to my stuff at


You can contact me on my PSE page.