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New: I will teach the math+econ+code masterclass on equilibrium transport and matching models in economics, Paris, June 8-12, 2020.


Current academic affiliations:
New York University: full professor, departments of economics (Arts and Science) and of mathematics (Courant Institute), and affiliated professor, Center for Data Science.
New York University in Paris: director.
Sciences Po: affiliated professor, department of economics.

Education:
Harvard University, Ph.D. in economics (2007)
Ecole des Mines de Paris, Ing. Corps des Mines (2003)
Ecole Polytechnique, Eng. deg. (2000, X 1997)

Editorial boards:
Co-Editor, Economic Theory.
Associate Editor, Annals of Economics and Statistics, and Econometrics Journal.

Research funding:
Principal investigator, NSF DMS-1716489, “Optimal and equilibrium transport: theory and applications to economics and data science” (2017-2020).
Principal investigator, ERC CoG-866274 EQUIPRICE, “Equilibrium methods for resource allocation and dynamic pricing” (2020-2025).

Current research themes:
Matching, multinomial choice, consumer theory, optimal transport, computational economics, quantile regression, economic equilibrium.

Book:
Optimal Transport Methods in Economics, Princeton (2016).


Postal addresses:
In France: NYU Paris, 57 boulevard Saint-Germain, 75005 Paris, FRANCE
In the US: NYU Economics, 19 W 4th Street, 6FL, New York, NY 10012, USA

E-mail addresses:
ag133@nyu.edu or galichon@cims.nyu.edu

Office addresses:
@NYU Paris: 6.04
@NYU NY (FAS Econ): 19 W4th, 807
@NYU NY (CIMS Math): 251 Mercer, 526