I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at the Paris School of Economics under the supervision of Eric Maurin. I am also the Eastern Europe Coordinator and Russia Coordinator at the World Inequality Lab. I have worked on labor, education and political economy issues. My research topic for my PhD is on the effects of digitalisation on generational inequalities. I have a special interest in Eastern Europe, its historical inequalities  and migration that I pursue as a parallel research and policy project. 

I have graduated with a Master's Degree in Applied Economics from the Paris School of Economics in 2022 and a Master's Degree in International Affairs from the Graduate Institute Geneva. I am an alumni of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris. 

I have previously worked for the World Bank on migration and social security in Eastern Europe and with UNESCO for the GEM Report on private and public education. 

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