I am an assistant professor teaching stream (CLTA) at University of Toronto's Department of Economics. I teach empirical methods (econometrics, data analysis) and microeconomics. Before joining University of Toronto, I worked at the OECD, in particular on productivity dispersion and wage inequality.
ECO206 Microeconomic Theory
ECO372 Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics in Practice
PhD in Economics, 2014
London School of Economics
MRes Political Thought, 2005
Sciences Po Paris
MSc Management, 2004
All course material is posted on Quercus.
Basics of Stata, as used in ECO372
Re-usable graphs for economics
All code and graphs are available on the dedicated LaTeX page.
Currently, only by appointment.
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Department of Economics
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Toronto M5S 3G7
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