I'm a public economist whose focus is on redistributive taxation, social norms, and the political-economic and institutional factors shaping related policies.
This is also reflected in my teaching interests, which span undergraduate courses in microeconomics (ECON 1000, ECON 2100), public economics (ECON 4570), and mathematical economics (ECON 4250), as well as graduate courses in economics and public policy (PIA 6002). I strive to offer in all of my courses a pluralist approach, as well as making use of diverse pedagogical methods, chief among them in-class experiments.
Outside of my professional activities, I like cycling, hiking, and photography (especially analogue processes).
To learn a bit more about me, please follow this link (in French only).
Public economics, political economics, welfare economics, ethics and economics.
Ph.D., economics, Queen's University at Kingston (2012)
MA, economics, Queen's University at Kingston (2006)
BA Specialized Honours, economics, Glendon College, York University (2005)