I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at SciencesPo in Paris. My work is in the fields of Housing, Urban, Macro and Labor Economics. I also like to think about computational techniques required for structural estimation of microeconometric models.
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PhD in Economics, 2015
This paper estimates a spatial bus garage entry model to test whether anti-competitive market sharing agreements exist between firms in the London bus route procurement market. Our approach is based on a simple but powerful idea: a necessary condition for collusion is the triggering of a punishment when a firm deviates to the competitive equilibrium.
Fiscal policy offers a number of levers to reduce carbon emissions. Climate change mitigation can for example be implemented through carbon taxation on the production or consumption side, or through debt-financed public investments in emission-reducing infrastructure.
Developed economies moved from a baby boom to a baby bust, with very low fertility in large urban centers. We develop a spatial theory of demographic change and urban growth, whereby the housing market acts as an endogenous automatic stabilizer of fertility: high housing costs deter fertility while lower demographic growth mitigates future housing price increase.