PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

From Sept. 19, Assistant professor, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, USA
Feb.18 – July 19, Post-doc Researcher, University of California, Berkeley, Long-Term Impact Discovery Project with Edward Miguel (UCB), Craig McIntosh (UCSD), Prashant Bharadwaj (UCSD);
Oct.15 – Dec. 17, Post-doc Researcher, Mannheim University, with Markus Frölich;
From 2012 – 2018, On and off short-term Consultant, World Bank. Early Childcare team in Cambodia;
Sept. 2012 – Dec. 2015, PhD Candidate, Paris School of Economics, Economics of Education, Development Economics, Public policy analysis. PhD defended in December 2015;
Oct. 09 – Aug. 12, Research Manager/Assistant, J-PAL Europe. Involved in many education projects in France: Boarding Schools of Excellence (L.Behaghel, C.de Chaisemartin, M.Gurgand), Adjusting your dreams? High school plans and dropout behavior (D.Goux, M.Gurgand, E.Maurin), Remedial Education Program for First Graders (D.Goux, M.Gurgand, E.Maurin).

TEACHING

Spring 2020/21 – Data Analysis and Econometrics – Undergrad – Santa Clara University,
Fall 2019/20 – Economics of Education – Undergrad – Santa Clara University,
Fall 2017 – Economics of Education – Undergrad – Mannheim University,
Fall 2016/17 Economics of Education – Bachelor – Mannheim University,
Spring 2016 – Development economics – Masters – Mannheim University,
Spring 2014 –
Introduction to Econometrics using Stata  – Masters – Sciences Po,
Fall 2013/14 –
Empirical Economics of Education  – Bachelor – Sciences Po.

EDUCATION

2012-2015, PhD at Paris School of Economics, France,
2011-2012, Masters of Economics, Paris School of Economics, France,
2008-2009, Masters of Public Policy, Maastricht University, The Netherlands,
2004-2005, Licence Economics and Social Sciences Nanterre Paris X, France,
2002-2004, Higher education Preparatory Classes in Social Sciences (BL), Lycée Daudet Nîmes, France.

CV

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