I am a research economist in the monetary policy department at the Banque de France.

I am a macroeconomist with research interest at the intersection of monetary economics and information economics (dispersed information and the formation of expectations). I work on central bank communication from both a theoretical and empirical perspective, in particular using natural language processing techniques.

In my job market paper, I study the state-dependent central bank communication in presence of heterogeneous beliefs.

I received my PhD in economics from Cornell under the supervision of Kristoffer Nimark (chair), Chris Huckfeldt, Julieta Caunedo and Lars Vilhuber.