I am an assistant professor in Economics at IMT Atlantique (formerly Télécom Bretagne, a French "Grande Ecole" graduate engineering school).
My research interests span the field of Economics of Information Security, Digital Markets and Digital Economy. More specifically, I am interested in understanding how the interaction between different actors - e.g. software vendors, users, security firms, white-hat hackers - affect the provision of software and information systems' security. I am also interested in emerging markets related to information security such as bug bounty platforms. In my work, I mostly do empirical analysis using quantitative tools.
Before joining IMT Atlantique, I worked for the Governance and Regulation Chair of Paris Dauphine University as a post-doctoral fellow until August 2020. Prior to this I completed my PhD in Economics in November 2019 at Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Télécom Paris, advised by Marc Bourreau. I hold two master degrees, one in Information Systems Engineering (Institut Mines Télécom BS) and one in Network Industries and Digital Economy (Paris Dauphine University).
Before entering academia I had a varied consulting and auditing career in Information System Management for insurance and banking industry.