Industrial Organization and Applied Theory; Behavioral Economics; Law and Economics; International Trade and Finance; Corporate Finance
2004 Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University
Dissertation title: "Platforms, Pricing and Commitment in Two-Sided Markets"
2000 M.S., Economics and Statistics, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Economique, Malakoff, France
1999 B.S., M.A., Economics, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France
2000 - 2003 Consultant, National Economics Research Associates
1999 Embassy Associate for the Financial Agency for Asia, Ministry of Finance and Industry, Treasury and Banque de France, Tokyo
Selected Publications and Papers
"United States vs. Microsoft Revisited: Innovation, Integration and Competition Law" (with Atilano Jorge Padilla), NERA Economic Journal, Spring 2002.
"Los Estados Unidos contra Microsoft: Innovacion, Integracion Tecnologica y Derecho de la Competencia" (with Atilano Jorge Padilla), Gaceta juridica de la CE y de la competencia, no.215, September/October 2001.
"A Model of Lending to Odious Governments"
"Monopolistic Competition in a Spatial Setting With Demand for More Than One Variety"
"Two Sided Sponsored vs. Non-Sponsored Platforms, Variety of Applications and Social Efficiency"
"Optimal Pricing and Commitment in Two-Sided Markets" (presented at the conference on The Economics of Two-Sided Markets, Toulouse France, January 2004)