Current Position and affiliation
Assistant Professor, CNAM
, Paris, France
IZA Research Fellow
Labor Economics: Matching, On-the-job Search, Efficiency
Public Economics: Minimum wage, tax and subsidy policy
(National Conservatory of Arts and Jobs), Paris, France
Sept. 2010 - :
March 2010 - :
Master's in Microeconomic Modelling
University of Caen, France
SaM annual conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2014.
Social Choice and Welfare, Boston, USA, June 2014.
University of Reunion Island internal seminar, Reunion Island, France, September 2014.
TEPP Conference, Caen, France, June 2012.
SaM annual conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, July 2012.
SFU internal seminar, Vancouver, Canada, October 2012.
Joint Macro Seminar, Nuremberg, Germany, Febuary 2011.
EcoMod 2011, The Azores, Portugal, July 2011.
RES PhD Meeting, Londres, January 2010.
Journées Doctorales de l'ADRES, Lyon, January 2010.
EEA 2010, Glasgow, August 23-26, 2010.
AFSE 2010, Nanterre, France, September 2010.
12th IZA European Summer School in Labor Economics, Ammersee, Germany, April 27 - May 3, 2009.
EcoMod 2009, Ottawa, june 22-26, 2009.
EALE 2009, Tallinn, September 10-12, 2009.
XXIXes Journées de l'Association d'Économie Sociale on the theme of employment and social policies,
Créteil (France), September 17-18, 2009.
EcoMod 2008, Berlin, July 2-4, 2008.
EALE 2008, Amsterdam, September 18-20, 2008.
Yale Macroeconomic Lunch (internal seminar), Yale University, September 25, 2008.
56th AFSE Conference, Paris, September 20-21, 2007.
International Conference of the German Association of Political Economy
(Unemployment and Labour Market Policies: Novel Approaches), Nuremberg, October 13, 2007.
Basic Economics can be taught in different manners. Go to EconStories.tv
website to watch great video clips, especially the music fights between Keynes and Hayek...
When simple explanations are sufficient to explain a crisis. Watch The Truth About The Economy
in 2 minutes and 15 seconds, by the former US Labor Secretary, Robert Reich. You can also have a look at The Crisis of Credit Visualized
by J.Jarvis, not an economist but an inspired media designer.