Welcome to my webpage!
I am a PhD candidate in Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics and I will be on the 2023/2024 academic job market.
You can find my CV here.
My research lies at the intersection of Public Economics and Political Economy, with a focus on gender-relevant topics. I am particularly interested in studying how social norms interact with the design and implementation of government policy.
My empirical work draws upon machine learning algorithms and social media data to quantify two main effects: (1) the extent to which social norms affect how legislators design gender-related policies, and (2) how these norms attenuate (or exacerbate) their effects on household behavior.
Check more about my research here!
Primary Fields: Public Economics, Gender Economics
Secondary Field: Political Economy