My research focuses on the mechanisms that lead to inequality in labor and financial markets. In particular, my work addresses the following questions: how do audiences use gender to help guide their understanding of market signals? what are the unanticipated consequences of efforts to promote greater gender diversity? and how do organizations’ resource allocation decisions shape labor markets?
My dissertation work examines gender dynamics in the allocation of financial capital between male and female entrepreneurs. I also study the influence of gender in contexts such corporate board composition or film production. I am currently developing a new stream of work more broadly focused on wealth inequality, and the impact of organization practices and new forms of work on labor markets.
Before joining academia, I worked as an attorney specialized in investment disputes and sports law, and as a management consultant. I obtained my PhD in Management from INSEAD in July 2019. I also have an MBA from INSEAD and law degrees from King’s College London (LLB), Université de Paris I (Maitrise), and the College of Europe (LLM).