I am currently a Janeway Institute and Keynes Fund Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. I mainly work on the intersection of Behavioral Economics and Microeconomic Theory, but I am also interested in Experimental Economics.
I study the effects of social context on individual belief formation and decision making, issues related to bounded rationality, social identity and diversity, and the persistence of social norms and stereotypes. I am particularly interested in the implications for policies that aim to empower women and underrepresented minorities. I hold a Ph.D. degree from the Paris School of Economics and was a visiting student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). See my full CV for further details.
In my free time, I am an enthusiastic musician, dancer, reader and tennis player who loves good food and a long walk with her dog.