My research interests lie primarily in the area of stock recommendations and short selling. In my dissertation, I use archival data to examine the causes and consequences of stock recommendations and target prices of various participants on financial markets. In particular, I study the stakes of stock recommendations and target prices issued by short sellers and institutional investors and investigate how firms react to short selling.
I am also interested in CSR issues and especially in CSR reporting.
I am a former student of the École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay. I received my MRes in Economics from Institut Polytechnique de Paris (ENSAE, Polytechnique and HEC Paris) and my MSc in Strategic Management from the École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay. I also passed a French competitive exam to be a senior teacher in Economics and Management (with a major in Finance and Control). I teach financial accounting in the Grande École and MBA programs of HEC Paris.
Academic Responsibilities at HEC
- 2018- Ph.D. Student, Accounting and Management Control HEC Paris
- 2018- Member, GREGHEC HEC Paris