I am a first-year PhD student with interests in macroeconomics and public economics. In my research, I study firm heterogeneity, production networks, innovation dynamics and market power. I teach macroeconomics (MSc), econometrics (BSc), and an outreach economics course for London state school students during the summer.
Prior to joining the PhD programme, I completed a BSc in mathematics from Sorbonne Université (Paris) and the MRes in economics from LSE (with distinction). I also worked as a research assistant in the public economics group at LSE, and the Growth Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Networks
Xavier Jaravel, Ben Moll
Centre for Macroeconomics, STICERD
EC220: Introduction to Econometrics
EC413: Macroeconomics for MSc
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