About Me

I'm a PhD candidate in economics at Université Laval (Quebec city).

My research mainly focuses on social interactions and social networks with some applications to development economics, health economics and political economy. My work is a good mix between applied microeconometrics methods, and theoretical modelling.

More specifically, in my research, I address some specific questions on healthcare professionals strategic response to peers productivity in a fixed wage environment, using empirical data. At the same time, I also have a great interest in giving some theoretical answers to questions on opinion and beliefs formation in networks in which individuals are subject to cognitive biases.