Faculty Affiliate at the MOC Network (Harvard Business School, 2016-), I am Associate Professor of International Business at HEC Montréal and Fellow (former Vice-President Strategy and International Economics) at CIRANO (Canada). I have a Professorhip in Data Science for International Business. I am also Researcher at CERIUM-CEUE (University of Montreal). I was Associate Professor at Polytechnique Montreal (Director of the International Projects Program), Associate Professor at Middlebury College (Director of the International Studies and IPE program) and Academic Director at SIE-Sun Yat Sen University in Guangzhou. As Fellow at Cirano, I organize, co-organize, or support bi-weekly luncheons, seminars and one or more international conferences or workshops every year (i.e. Central Banking and Supervision, Too Big To Fail Conference, International Trade and Finance Annual Conference, Networks in Trade and Finance Annual Conference, Myths and Realities about the BRICS). I have authored numerous academic publications and books or special issues.
An alumnus of the Salzburg Global Seminar, a former Visiting Scholar at the Minda De Gunzburg Center for European Studies (Harvard University, 2005) and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, (Harvard University, 2015-2017), I held positions in several academic institutions (Middlebury College USA, Polytechnique Montreal, Sun Yat Sen University Guangzhou, Essec Business School Paris, HEC Paris, La Sorbonne, UIBE Beijing).
My research is mainly on international economics and finance topics, with a particular focus on the European economic integration, while using Data Science as my main methodological approach.
I completed my PhD in monetary economics and finance at Essec Business School in Paris.