I am currently a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Toronto and will be on the market in 2022-2023.
My job market paper studies the effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy on incarcerated offenders using novel micro data.
My current research agenda focuses on ways to encourage inmates' social reintegration through, for instance, rehabilitation programs and supervised transition. More broadly, I am interested in the economics of crime and education, and labor economics.
Nov. 19-21: Southern Economic Association
Job market paper
Can Recidivism Be Prevented from Behind Bars? Evidence from a Behavioral Program
Prison Rehabilitation Programs: Efficiency and Targeting (with Steeve Marchand and Guy Lacroix)
Parole, Recidivism, and the Role of Supervised Transition (with Steeve Marchand)
Work in progress
I developed and taught the course Introduction to Policy Evaluation, in which students are introduced to econometric methods such as difference-in-differences, instrumental variables and regression discontinuity. During the semester, the students dive into quantitative research by watching interviews I conducted with researchers. I am currently teaching this course for the second time.
I was also the main instructor for a course on Economics and crime.
Syllabi are available upon request.
Principles of Microeconomics, Quantitative Methods (x3), Health Economics, Applied Econometrics (x3), Law and Economics