I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Johns Hopkins University.
My research interests include international macro-finance, global capital flows, and public debt.
Before starting my PhD, I held several positions at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the International Monetary Fund, and the Banque de France.
PhD in Economics, 2023 (Expected)
Johns Hopkins University
MSc in Financial Economics, 2016
MSc in International Economics, 2014
Paris Dauphine University / Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Countries with higher net external liabilities against global banks tend to experience a larger drop in their current account balance and in their risky asset prices, and a larger depreciation of their exchange rate following a deleveraging by global banks.
The U.S. would not have grown its way out of its WWII debt without interest rate distortions and primary surpluses.
This paper discusses the welfare implications of inter-generational transfers and debt rollovers in a stochastic overlapping-generations (OLG) economy where the growth rate is higher than the safe rate but lower than the average marginal product of capital.
Global financial shocks explain a substantial share of equity return variability, but a much smaller portion of real output fluctuations, in a large sample of advanced and emerging economies.
Sovereign state-contingent bonds have rarely been issued in practice despite their theoretical benefits. This paper provides support for this apparent sovereign noncontingency puzzle by deriving the impact of GIBs on the upper tail of the distribution of the public debt-to-GDP ratio.
Measured FDI flows behave like portfolio debt flows. Our conclusions have implications for how researchers and policymakers should think about capital controls and the exclusion of measured FDI from such controls.
Research Analyst - Washington DC (09/2015 - 06/2017)
Working with Prof. Olivier Blanchard
Topics: Public debt, GDP linked-bonds, and Gross capital flows
Fund Internship Program - Washington DC (06/2015 - 08/2017)
Working with Belen Sbrancia
Topic: Financial Repression in Advanced Economies after WWII
Economist - Paris (09/2013 - 09/2014)
Macroeconomic monitoring of the Franc Zone African countries
Average instructor rating: 4.8/5
Course Instructor: Intersession 2021 - 2022
TA for Prof. Jeanne: Spring 2019 - 2022
Head TA for Prof. Barbera: Fall 2018 - 2021
TA for Prof. Dasgupta: Summer 2020