My research focuses on identification and estimation of nonlinear panel data models. I am particularly interested in the use of high-dimensional statistics and machine learning theory to solve such problems.
I am co-organizer of the Statistics•Econometrics•Machine-Learning seminar at CREST, as well as the internal Firms and Market (Ph.D.) seminar.
- 02/17/2021: I will give a talk on “The Asymptotics of Changes-in-Changes Estimators” at the EDMH PhD students seminar in Orsay, France.
- 09/18/2020: Our paper “Fixed Effects Binary Choice Models with Three or More Periods” with X. D’Haultfœuille and L. Davezies is now on arXiv.