I am a Post-Doc researcher in Political Economy at the University of Zürich. My research is focused on political economy, development economics and international trade. More precisely, I study international trade, migration and conflict (internal and interstate).
I have as well a passion for teaching which led me to teach to more than seven thousand graduates and undergraduates students at the University of Lausanne. And I also occasionally teach statistics to in-vivo research lab directors. Answering requests of my students I launched a YouTube channel (link) where I teach concepts in inferential statistics with little to no math and do non-technical presentation of scientific research. The aim of the channel is to educate the mass on inferential statistics to improve the understanding and limit manipulation.