PhD dissertation: "Strategic interactions and conventions in the Libor genesis, manipulation and reform", under the joint supervision of Pierre Fleckinger (Mines ParisTech, PSE) and André Orléan (CNRS, EHESS)
Research interests: Economics of conventions, game theory, social studies of finance, textual statistics
CERNA, Mines ParisTech,
60 boulevard Saint-Michel,
75272 Paris Cedex 06, France
2019 (Paris, April 18), Seminar of the Social studies of finance association (SSFA)
2017 (Rennes, July), Annual Congress of the Association française d'économie politique (AFEP, French association for pluralism in economics and social sciences): "The Libor manipulation, a convention between financial actors"
CPES: Public economics (lecture, 36h) for 3rd year CPES Bachelor students in "Advanced Economics" and "Economics and social sciences".
Mines ParisTech: Industrial Economics (TA sessions for prof. Pierre Fleckinger and François Lévêque, 10h) for graduate Mines ParisTech engineer students.