I’m a PhD Student in Decision Science at HEC Paris/Sorbonnes University.
I was previously a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University in Developmental Psychology and Max Planck Institute in Behavioral Economics.
I graduated in Management (HEC Paris), Cognitive Science (ENS Ulm/EHESS) and Finance (LSE/University of London).
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Sectors of Interests
Fintech, Investor Protection, Asset Management, Micro-Credit, Behavioral Finance,Entrepreneurship, Divertsity Management.
Theories of Interest
Decision Making under Risk and Uncertainty, Prospect Theory, Intertemporal Choices, Implicit Biases, Developmental Psychology.
Executive Coaching in Behavioral Finance and Decision-Making for diverse Financial Institutions and for HEC Alumni Association.
Previous and current Research Projects
The impact of compensation on Fund Manager’s risk-taking attitude
Time preferences and Entrepreneur’s Micro-Credit Management
Differences in Time and Risk preferences of Managers, Entrepreneurs ans Traders
MiFIDII: Some Insights from Behavioral Finance
Manager, une question d’intuition? HBR France Blog. http://www.hbrfrance.fr/chroniques-experts/2014/02/1155-manager-une-question-dintuition/
Does it take a gender to be a leader? Implicit and Explicit associations of Women and Leadership.
Implicit Association Tests and Marketing: A Meta-Analysis
Do you prefer to collaborate with a Cheater or a Foreigner? With Elizabeth Spelke and Arlette Streri.
Naive Diversification: Why doing simple when we can make it complicate?
Hidden costs of control: four repetitions and an extension. Research Assistant of Anthony Ziegelmeyer.
Conference and Summer School
Bayesian Statistics Summer School, Amsterdam University
Foundations of Utility and Risk Conference, Rotterdam
Society of Experimental Finance Conference (2014, 2015, 2016)
IMPRS Uncertainty Summer School , Max Planck Institute of Jena
I’ve worked in consulting with an expertise in cognitive science for major financial and industrial institutions worldwide.