Ph.D., Assistant Professor | New Economic School
Estelle holds a Ph.D. in economics from University of Michigan. She joined the New Economic School as an assistant professor in 2012. Her research examines the impact of federal and international tax reforms – or features of tax systems – on various margins of firm’s behavior, such as investment choices, organizational forms, or R&D spending. She teaches graduate public finance and public economics, macroeconomics, and applied micro-econometrics.