Social interactions, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Public economics


Holder of a PhD in Economics from the University of Montreal, his research interests focus on the study of social interactions and social networks in economics and more specifically on the ability to test/measure the impact of social interactions using network data.

He is also interested in environmental and natural resource economics, particularly the (economic) value of hydrological forecasts.

Member of CRREP, RIISQ, RQREC and an associate member of the CREATE association, he is involved in various research organizations.


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