I am a behavioral economist, lecturer at Aix-Marseille University and currently completing my PhD at Aix-Marseille School of Economics. My dissertation focuses on the relationship between subjective well-being and imperfect memory. I explore how people who report different levels of well-being (mis)recall economically relevant information.
On top of my dissertation, some of my ongoing research projects revolve around the interaction between institutions and moral behavior as well as some methodological aspects of experimental economics. My empirical approach combines experimental, administrative and survey data.
You can meet me at:
EDGE Jamboree, 19-20 September 2019, Cambrige (UK)
Wellbeing Seminar, October 31 2019, London School of Economics (UK)
EHERO Seminar, December 5 2019, Erasmus University (Netherlands)
Public-Labor-Health Seminar, December 9 2019, KU Leuven (Belgium)