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Bio & CV

I am a PhD candidate in economics at UCLouvain under the supervision of William Pariente.

My research fields are Public Economics and Development Economics. In my work, I focus mainly on tax administration and inequality in low- and middle-income countries.

I am on the 2023/2024 Job Market. In my job market paper, I show how tax administrations in low income countries can leverage large firms’ trading network to detect tax evading suppliers and increase future audit returns.

I was a visiting student at the Institute for Fiscal Studies in 2022, under the supervision of Anne Brockmeyer. I am also a research fellow of the World Inequality Lab, where I have worked under the supervision of Denis Cogneau and Thomas Piketty.

Teaching : Microeconomics, Econometrics, Microsimulation, Public Finance in Low Income Countries, Public Policy Evaluation