I am a post-doctoral research fellow at Tilburg University. I hold a PhD in Environmental Economics from BETA (INRAE) and the Climate Economics Chair. My research focuses on the evaluation of interactions between human activity and natural environment when recycling is considered. The objective is to assess the existing synergies between carbon and waste taxation, taking into account constraints associated with usage and availability of resources – following a dynamic approach.
I am a Marie-Curie (MSCA) post-doctoral fellow at Tilburg University since September 2023.
2022-now: Postdoctoral Fellow at Tilburg University (Marie Curie fellowship since September 2023)
2022-now: Affiliated researcher, Climate Economics Chair
2018-2022: PhD Candidate, Environmental Economics at BETA (INRAE)
The resource, waste and climate conundrum: Essays on the economics of recycling.
Supervisors: Philippe Delacote (INRAE) and Gilles Lafforgue (TBS)
Defense Committee: Sophie Bernard (Polytechnique Montreal), Mouez Fodha (Université Paris 1), Ankinée Kirakozian (Université de Lorraine), Aude Pommeret (Université Savoie Mont Blanc)
2018-2022: Research Fellow at Climate Economics Chair
2017-2018: Master 2, Economics, IREN (Université Paris Dauphine & others)
2014-2018: M.Eng at CentraleSupélec, Supélec syllabus
2012-2014: Classe Préparatoire aux Grandes Ecoles, Lycée Henri IV, Mathematics and Physics section (MP).