I am a postdoctoral researcher in economics at IÉSEG School of Management in Lille (iRisk Research Center on Risk and Uncertainty - LEM Lille Economie Management UMR 9221), working on decision making under risk, intertemporal choice, and attitudes towards inequality and redistribution with Thomas Epper (funding: Métropole Européenne de Lille).

I have two main topics of interest. The first is in philosophy of economics, where I focus on the methodological challenges of evaluating welfare when individuals do not conform to rational choice. The second is in experimental economics, where I investigate the relationship between rationality and welfare, and between economic preferences and environmental/social behaviours.

I have a teaching experience at the undergraduate level in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, game theory, finance, international trade, probabilities, statistics and mathematics.

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