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CYU, Thema, 33 boulevard du Port, 95011 Cergy-Pontoise Cedex, France
I am a tenure track Assistant Professor of Economics at Thema, Cy Cergy Paris Université.
My research interests are in the fields of Econometrics, Social Networks, and Applied Microeconomics.
Particularly, I work on econometric and microeconomic issues in an environment where agents interact through networks. I am interested in inference issues in such an environment, including Bayesian inference.
I also work on health economics topics, including issues related to the quality of care and physician payment methods.
I received my PhD in Economics from Université Laval in 2021.
03 Jun 2022 - Estimating Peer Effects using Partial Network Data, 2022 (updated) - [links paper, R package, vignette]
13 Jan 2022 - Count Data Models with Social Interactions under Rational Expectations (updated) - [links paper, online supplement, R package]
6 Jul 2021 - I have been awarded the Honor Roll of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
10 Jun 2021 - I successfully defended my dissertation - [slides].
15 Feb 2021 - I will join Cy Cergy Paris Université as an Assistant Professor of Economics in September 2021.
23 Aug 2020 - My paper "Selective Linear Segmentation For Detecting Relevant Parameter Changes" joint with Arnaud Dufays and Alain Coën is accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Econometrics - [paper]
15 Apr 2020 - I have a new working paper joint with Vincent Boucher on the estimation of peer effects with only partial network information - [paper] [R package].
25 Mar 2020 - Vincent Boucher and I build an R package—named PartialNetwork—for estimating Peer Effects Using Partial Network Data - [R package].
10 Oct 2019 - I have a new working paper joint with Arnaud Dufays and Alain Coën on detecting relevant parameter changes in linear model using selective segmentation - [paper].