I am a PhD student in labor economics at Paris II University (Panthéon-Assas), writting my thesis at the Paris Center for Law and Economics (CRED) under the supervision of Professor Gérard Ballot. My research is mainly focused on shared capitalism and its efficiency to enhance employee participation in involvement schemes (suggestion schemes, quality circles, etc.). I use both formal modeling based on contract theory and micro-econometrics.

Education

Working papers

Title (translated) : The trade-off between selling shares and giving bonuses to stimulate employee suggestions : a theoretical model based on contract theory

Extended Abstract (in English) : link

Keywords : Employee ownership, profit sharing, contract theory, employee sugestions, employee involvement

JEL : J41, J30, M52, L20, M54, M55

Full paper (in French) : link

Conferences and seminars

Distinctions

  • Master 2 valedictorian
  • PhD Scholarship

Teaching

  • Teaching assistant in Time Series Econometrics (University Paris Est Créteil - graduate level)
  • Teaching assistant in Applied Econometrics (University Paris II - graduate level)
  • Teaching assistant in Econometrics (University Paris II - undergraduate level)
  • Teaching assistant in Organizational Economics (Univeristy Paris II - graduate level)
  • Exam corrector in Introductory Economics (Univeristy Paris II - undergraduate level)
  • Exam corrector in Accounting and Management (Univeristy Paris II - undergraduate level)
  • Tutor in Micro and Macro Economics (Univeristy Paris II - undergraduate level)

Administrative responsibilities

  • PhD student representative at the doctoral school conceal, 2010-2013
  • PhD student representative at the bureau of the doctoral school conceal, 2013
  • PhD student representative at the CRED research center conceal, 2009-2015