I joined ESHPM in 2018, as an Academic Researcher. Beforehand, I completed a Master and PhD in Economics at the Paris School of Economics. My background is in Applied Economics, with a strong interest in Public Economics and Health Economics.
In my current research, I investigate into the impact of long-term care (LTC) policies on the receipt of LTC services as well as on informal care. Do LTC policies ensure that individuals have an equitable access to LTC services, irrespective of their socio-economic status? How do co-payments impact the use of care and out-of-pocket payments? Can informal care receipt delays a nursing home entry? And what are the interactions between retirement policies and LTC policies?
Additionally, I have worked on topics such as adverse selection on the private LTC insurance market, the role of population ageing in the rise of health care expenditures but also the incidence of social security contributions on wages.
I am currently involved in teaching in the HEPL Master programme of ESHPM (Economics of Health & Health Care course and thesis supervision).