Welcome to my webpage!

I am a development economist with interests in environment, health, and gender equality. My current work focuses on the economic determinants of exposure to air pollution in developing countries and on the evaluation of public policy interventions aimed at increasing the adoption of environmental behaviors or environmental technologies.

I received a PhD in Economics from Université Paris Dauphine and PSL in November 2022. My job market paper received the Program Chair Award in “Climate, Pollution, Environment and Health” at the ASHEcon Annual Conference 2023.

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Bordeaux School of Economics (BSE, University of Bordeaux).

I am also affiliated to DIAL (IRD, CNRS, Dauphine-PSL).

Prior to starting my PhD, I worked in the non-profit sector for over a decade with a focus on access to energy and clean cooking interventions in developing countries.