Sciences-Po Paris & CNRS
Department of Economics
28 rue des Saints-Pères
75006 Paris


I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Sciences-Po Paris and a CNRS researcher. I am labor economist studying how labor market policies and institutions affect wage inequality, in a global and historical perspective. I am affiliated with the CEPR and IZA. My PhD dissertation was awarded the W.E. Upjohn Institute Award 2020.


EAP: Graduate Labor Market Inequality , Spring 2024
FAC: Graduate Economics of Discrimination (with Ghazala Azmat), Spring 2024, 2023
MPA: Program Evaluation Methods, Spring 2024, 2023
PP249: Statistics for Program Evaluation,  Fall 2022
PP200B: Introduction to Policy Analysis,  Spring 2021



  • Inequality, Minimum Wage Spillovers, and the Informal Sector (with Ellora Derenoncourt, Lorenzo Lagos and François Gérard). New draft coming soon!
  • Collective Bargaining, Wage Floors, and the Racial Earnings Gap (with Ellora Derenoncourt, Lorenzo Lagos and François Gérard), working paper, April 2021.


  • Equalizing the Great Equalizer: The Long-Run Consequences of School Funding Reforms (with Sebastian Otero and Roberto Hsu Rocha).
  • Do Working Time Regulations Share Work? Evidence from the 35-hour Reform in France (with Pauline Carry, Elio Nimier-David, Alexandra Roulet, and Nina Roussille).