CV

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EMPLOYMENT

2020 – Postdoctoral Scholar at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Golub Capital Social Impact Lab

EDUCATION

2020 Ph.D. in Economics, Toulouse School of Economics

2014 M.Sc. Econometrics and Mathematical Economics, Toulouse School of Economics, Honors

2012 M.Sc. Economics, Tilburg University, summa cum laude

2011 B.Sc. Economics, Warsaw School of Economics

VISITING POSITION

Visiting Researcher at Questrom School of Business, Boston University, Spring 2019

RESEARCH & TEACHING INTERESTS

Primary fields: Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics 

Secondary fields: Applied Econometrics, Competition Policy

WORKING PAPERS

Impact of online reputation on ethnic discrimination, with Xavier Lambin, December 2019

  • Media coverage: Boston University TPRI newsletter, May 2019
  • Best paper award, Workshop on Digitization, Telecom ParisTech, May 2018

Pay-for-delay with settlement externalities, with Matias Pietola, May 2019

  • R&R – The RAND Journal of Economics
  • AdC Award 2018, for the best working paper on competition economics

The Price is Right: information and dynamics on online marketplaces, with Rossi Abi-Rafeh, June 2020

Competition-Innovation Nexus: Product vs. Process, does it matter?, December 2015

WORK IN PROGRESS

What’s in a rating? The dynamics of homophily on a platform, with Xavier Lambin, June 2019

POLICY REPORTS

Pay-for-Delay, Licensing and Litigation, with Matias Pietola, Yearbook of the Finnish Competition Law Association, April 2019

Ridesharing and the Long Tail of Mobility, with Rossi Abi-Rafeh, Competition Policy International – Antitrust Chronicle, Winter 2020, Volume 2, Number 1, February 2020

AWARDS & GRANTS

  • Best paper award, Workshop on Digitization, Telecom ParisTech, May 2018
  • AdC Award 2018 for the best unpublished paper on competition economics, October 2018
  • Digital Center Scholarship, Toulouse School of Economics, 2019 – 2020
  • Mobility Grant, Toulouse School of Economics, Spring 2019
  • Fondation Jean Jacques Laffont Scholarship from the European Research Council under Grant Agreement no. 340903, 2018 – 2019
  • Fondation Jean Jacques Laffont Scholarship from the European Research Council under Grant Agreement no. 340903, 2017 – 2018
  • Toulouse School of Economics Doctoral Scholarship, 2014 – 2017

TEACHING

  • 2019/20, 2018/19, 2017/18, 2016/17: Competition Policy Workshop (graduate), Toulouse School of Economics, Professors Patrick Rey and Bruno Jullien
  • Spring 2016: Applied Econometrics (graduate), Toulouse School of Economics, Prof. François Poinas
  • Spring 2016: Econometrics (undergraduate), Toulouse School of Economics, Prof. Thierry Magnac

PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES

2020: Louvain Economics of Digitization Online Seminar; University of Vienna, University of Munich (LMU), ZEW, University of Düsseldorf (DICE), NOVA School of Business & Economics, HEC Montreal

2019: EARIE 2019, Barcelona; 7th WIPE, Reus; IIOC (rising star session), Boston; Columbia Business School (Applied Micro seminar); Boston University (Technology Policy Research Initiative seminar); Questrom School of Business (Strategy & Innovation seminar); European Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society, Rotterdam

2018: 11th Digital Economics Conference, Toulouse; IIOC , Indianapolis; 2nd Doctoral Workshop on Digitization, Paris; CRESSE , Heraklion; EARIE, Athens; 33rd Jornadas de Economia Industrial, Barcelona; TSE Digital Workshop, Toulouse; TSE Applied Micro Workshop, Toulouse

2017: ENTER Seminar, Mannheim; CRESSE , Heraklion; EARIE (rising star session), Maastricht, TSE Competition Policy Workshop, Toulouse

2016: Workshop in Economics of Innovation, Complexity and Knowledge, Turin

REFEREE SERVICE

Review of Industrial Organization, European Economic Review

REFERENCES

  • Professor Marc Ivaldi, Toulouse School of Economics, marc.ivaldi@tse-fr.eu
  • Professor Patrick Rey, Toulouse School of Economics, patrick.rey@tse-fr.eu
  • Professor Jacques Crémer, Toulouse School of Economics, jacques.cremer@tse-fr.eu
  • Professor Timothy Simcoe, Boston University, tsimcoe@bu.edu
  • Professor Mathias Reynaert, Toulouse School of Economics, mathias.reynaert@tse-fr.eu

SOFTWARE

R, Python, MatLab, STATA, Mathematica, SAS, LaTeX

NON-ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

PwC Poland, Associate in Financial Services Consulting Team, 2012 – 2014

McKinsey&Company, Student Support Research&Information Team, 2012

LANGUAGES

Polish (native), English (fluent), French (intermediate), Russian (basic), German (basic)