Microeconometrics, Quantitative Finance, Data Science


NEW: Paper “Duality in dynamic discrete choice models,” joint with Khai Chiong and Matt Shum forthcoming in Quantitative Economics.

Current academic affiliations: 
New York University: Department of Economics and Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Sciences Po, Paris: Department of Economics (on leave 2015-2016)

Harvard University, Ph.D. in Economics (2007)
Ecole des Mines de Paris, Ing. Corps des Mines (2003)
Ecole Polytechnique, B.Sc. (2000, X 1997)

Editorial boards:
Associate Editor, Review of Economic Studies, Annals of Economics and Statistics, and Economic Theory

Research funding:
European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant 2013-2017: “EcoMatch. Matching Markets: Theoretical and Empirical Investigations”. Amount: € 1,119,000.

Current research themes:
Matching, Consumer theory, Hedonic models, Risk sharing, Risk measures, Quantile regression

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e-mail: galichon@mit.edu