I am an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Industrial Economics (CERNA) at MINES Paris, PSL University.
Research Field & Methodology
My field is the analysis of firm size, market power, competition, and public policies at different levels of supply chains.
To that end, I use so called "Structural Models of Empirical IO": which allow causal inference using economic theory, statistics, and big data.
How do firm size and illegal cartels affect prices and variety (at different levels of the supply chain)?
How much of the cost increases (e.g., energy prices or minimum wages) do retailers pass-on to consumers?
Which public policy is most effective to compensate consumers for a loss in their purchasing power?
Do firms exploit brand loyalty as a source of market power? What is the effect of brand loyalty in cases of mergers, taxation, and subsidies?
CERNA - Mines Paris , 60 boulevard Saint Michel , 75272 - France
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