Welcome to my web page!

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

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 at University Paris-Nanterre 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 try to publish. 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. Now, it is time to take a breath this year to allocate my whole time to research! (Well, isn’t it the aim of doing a post-doc?)

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.

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You can contact me on my PSE page.