Adrien is a MRes candidate in Economics in the Department of Economics, associated with the Centre for Macroeconomics. He is interested in how microeconomic heterogeneity at the household, firm or regional level can have implications for aggregate dynamics, with applications to the green transition, business cycles and monetary policy.
Prior to his PhD, Adrien worked at the Centre for Macroeconomics under the supervision of Benjamin Moll and Ricardo Reis. He holds a Bsc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (with First Class Honours) from the London School of Economics.
Centre for Macroeconomics
Teaching in 2022/23
EC1B1: Macroeconomics I
EC417: Advanced Macroeconomics
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