I am a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Governance and Regulation Chair at Université Paris Dauphine since October 2017.
Previously I was a Ph.D. candidate in Economics jointly at Université Paris 13 and Télécom ParisTech from 2013 to 2017. I graduated in November 2017 with a thesis entitled “The Economics of Crowdfunding: Entrepreneurs’ and Platforms’ Strategies”.
My main fields of interest are the economics of digital platforms, digital innovation, and entrepreneurship in emerging fields (including “fintech” and autonomous vehicles). I am particularly interested in the interplay between these areas – for example, in the incentives for entrepreneurs to enter digital platforms as sellers, in how platform-based firms emerge and compete, or in how entrepreneurs innovate in a growingly digital world.
My work is focused on econometric analyses using observational data (collected from publicly available information from the Internet), experimental data (field and lab), and ad hoc surveys.