Hello and Welcome!

I am a researcher and teaching fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL Research).

My JMP can be found HERE

Latest News!

  • I am honored to be selected as the Runner-Up of the 2022 QCGBF Young Economist Prize Award.


  • Macroeconomic theory and heterogeneity
  • Asset pricing theory
  • Climate change, uncertainty, and distributional impacts of both environmental externalities and policy.


  • MSc. and MPhil (majoring in environmental and climate change economics), 2019


  • MSc. and MRes (majoring in financial and monetary economics), 2018

    PSL Research

  • MSc. in Engineering of Information Systems, 2013

    Institut Mines - Telecom

  • BSc. in Mathematics and Physics, 2009

    Classes Préparatoires Faidherbe

Job Market Paper

The Distributional Costs of Net-Zero: A Heterogeneous Agent Perspective.

Poster Here

This paper investigates the distributional impacts of implementing the net-zero emissions target in the U.S. for the 2050 horizon. We model a heterogeneous household economy and show that 2050 net-zero policy is welfare enhancing in the long run, but induces short/medium-run distributional costs. We quantify this trade-off by a 0.54% consumption equivalent welfare gain (compared to the laissez-faire) in the long run and a 6-10 percent increase of financially constrained households by 2050. We then show how distributing revenue from the carbon policy could partially offset consumption losses and smooth the net-zero transition. We also extend our analysis to the cases of: i) sticky prices, showing how net-zero emissions induces inflationary pressure over the long run, which could represent a challenge for monetary policy conduction in a world with high inflation, and ii) abatement learning, showing how green innovation decreases carbon prices and boosts consumption over the transition.

Working Papers

Work In Progress

  • California Carbon Market: A Macro-Finance Perspective.
  • ‘r star’ under the presence of the climate externality.


London School of Economics

Teaching Fellow

  • EC400 (Math for Micro and Macro): Michaelmas 2022.
  • EC1B3 (Macroeconomics): Lent 2021, 2022.
  • EC1B5 (Macroeconomics): Lent 2022.

Postgraduate Teaching Assistant

  • EC1A3 (Microeconomics): Michaelmas 2021, 2022.
  • EC102 (Economics B): Michaelmas and Lent 2019, 2020.

PSL Research – Paris Dauphine

Adjunct Lecturer

  • Econometrics II (Time Series): Michaelmas 2020, 2021, 2022.

Postgraduate Teaching Assistant

  • Macroeconomics: Lent 2019, 2020, 2021.
  • Introduction to Economics: Michaelmas 2019.

University College London

Postgraduate Teaching Assistant

  • ECON0001 (Economics of Financial Markets): Lent 2021.

Selected Awards

  • QCGBF Best Young Economist Prize Runner-up (2022) – (1000 pounds).
  • LSE Department of Economics - Highly Commended Teaching Award (2022) – Amount undisclosed.
  • The European Finance Association Best Paper Prize in Responsible Finance Award (2021) - 3000 euros.
  • LSE Teaching Award - Nominated by students for both “Exceptional Teaching in an Unprecedented Year"and “Excellent Feedback and Communication” (2021).
  • LSE Department of Economics - Excellence in Teaching Award (2021) – Amount undisclosed.
  • EAERE - Young Scholar Grant (2021) – 1500 euros.
  • LSE Department of Economics - Excellence in Teaching Award (2020) – Amount undisclosed.
  • Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment - LSE PhD Scholarship (2019-2023).
  • PSL Research – University of Paris Dauphine Best MRes Economics Thesis (2017).
  • PSL Research – University of Paris Dauphine MRes Economics Best Overall Performance (2017).
  • Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research Graduates Honors Scholarship (2011-2014).
  • Institut Mines – Télécom Graduates Honors Scholarship (for the academic year of 2010-2011).

Useful Codes

Coming up soon!