Welcome to my page!
I am a Ph.D. student in Economics at MIT. My research interests lie in public, labor, and behavioral economics, fields that I explore in the context of developing economies. I have been involved in research projects in Côte d’Ivoire, Togo, and Ethiopia.
If you’re interested in talking about my work, or yours, get in touch!
Selected Work in Progress
Digitalization of Local Tax Collection in Côte d’Ivoire (with Pascaline Dupas)
Measuring Relative Poverty through Peer Rankings: Evidence from Côte d’Ivoire (with Pascaline Dupas, Marcel Fafchamps)
Technology Adoption and Rent Sharing
Transaction Costs, Liquidity Constraints, and Barriers to Electricity Access: Evidence from Prepaid Solar Metering Subsidy in Togo (with Paul Brimble, Axel Eizmendi Larrinaga, and Toni Oki)
Asylum seekers in the European Union: building evidence to inform policy making (with Mohamed Abdel Jelil, Paul Andres Corral, Anais Dahmani, Maria Davalos, Giorgia Demarchi, Neslihan Demirel, Quy-Toan Do, Rema Hanna, Sara Lenehan, and Harriet Mugera), World Bank Flagship Report, June 2018.
Urban Development in Africa: Preliminary Report on the Addis Ababa SEDRI Study (with Girum Abebe, Daniel Agness, Pascaline Dupas, Marcel Fafchamps, Tigabu Getahun), April 2018.