Econometrics, Quantitative Economics, Data Science


Past Courses

(Current courses can be found here.)
“Optimal Transport and Economic Applications: Modelling and Estimation”. CORE Lectures, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, June 6-8, 2016.
“Matching Models And Their Applications”. PhD Course, NYU Economics and Courant Institute, Spring 2016.
“Matching Models: Theory and Estimation”. Short course, CEMFI, Madrid, July 8-10, 2015.
“14.386 New Econometric Methods. Part 1: Optimal Transport Methods in Economics”. PhD course, MIT, Spring 2015 (1st half).
“14.36 Advanced Econometrics”. Undergraduate course, MIT, Spring 2015.
“14.381 Statistical Method in Economics. Part 2: Regression Analysis”. PhD course, MIT, Fall 2014.
“Estimation of Matching Models With and Without Transferable Utility”. Mini-course, Fields Institute, September 17, 2014.
“Linear Programming and Economic Applications”. “Master Class” PhD course, Sciences Po, Summer 2014.
“Estimation of Matching Models”. Invited lectures, Toulouse School of Economics, June 2014.
“Matching Markets: Theory and Applications”. PhD course, Sciences Po, Spring 2014.
“Decision under risk”. Master (M2) Finance and Strategy and Financial Regulation and Risk Management, Sciences Po, Winter 2013.
“Matching Markets: Theory and Applications”. PhD course, Sciences Po, Spring 2013.
“Labour Market as a Matching Market: Theory and Estimation”. PhD short course, CREST-GENES OFPR, February 2012.
“Economics of the Firm”. Undergraduate course, Ecole Polytechnique, Winter 2011.
“Theoretical and Empirical Aspects of Matching Markets”. PhD Course, Columbia University, Winter 2011.
“Business statistics,” MBA course, Chicago University, Booth School of Business, Winter 2010.
“Corporate and Financial Strategy”. Master (M1) course, Ecole Polytechnique, 2007-2011.
“Asset Pricing and Economics of Uncertainty”. Master (M1) course, Ecole Polytechnique, 2007-2010.