I am a PhD candidate at the Bureau of Economic Theory and Applications (BETA), in Nancy and Strasbourg (France). I will graduate in 2020 and I am working on my company.
My research interests are agent-based modeling in economics, reproducibility, non-monetary incentives and the measure of scientific knowledge in economics.
On top of my research, after six years of teaching experience, I also have an extensive experience in economics outreach, science communication and popularization.
Upcoming events I will attend
- Memberships: BITSS Catalyst (Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in Social Sciences), Young Scholar Initiative (Institute of New Economic Thinking), The Replication Network, AEA, AFSE
- Profiles: CoMSES, GitHub, Google Scholar, IDEAS, ORCID, OSF
Topics of interest
My main topics of interest are:
- agent-based computational economics
- reproducibility in economics
- non-monetary incentives
- the measure of scientific knowledge in economics
- diffusion of information and opinion
Secondary topics of interest: personnel economics, machine learning.
- Managing the “Insides” as a Remedy for Agency Problems? A Model of Transformational Leadership (2020)
Work in progress
- Adhesion to Management Style and Turnover in Firms (2019)
- Agent-based modelling
- Does a Motivational Speech Increase Effort? Individual and Team (2016)
- Experimental economics, with Jocelyn Donze
Please read the dedicated page.
- Régis Blazy
- Sylvain Caurla
- David Desmarchelier
- Claude Diebolt
- François Fontaine
- Yamina Tadjeddine-Fourneyron
- “Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA) 2019“, Sandtable’s blog, July 2, 2019. Read it
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