Research engineer, EHESS
Born in 1968
1991: Masters in Sciences and Techniques “Computer Sciences and Statistics applied to Human Sciences”. 1998: Masters in History “Demography and History of Family”.
Professional path in private business:
1991-1995: Statistics Engineer at EDF (Electricité de France), Department of Studies and Research, and at INSEE (National Institute for Statistics), National Computer Centre.
1995-1996: Computer Service Provider at Lincoln Systems and at Renault Research Department
Professional path in public research:
1999-2001: Statistics Engineer at INSEE, at CREST (Research Centre in Economy and Statistics).
From 2003 to date: Statistics Research Engineer at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), at Centre d’Études Sociologiques et Politiques Raymond Aron (CSEPRA); posted to Collège de France since September 2013
Main working area:
Sociology of Work. Studies on various types of “atypical work”: short-term contract workers in the entertainment industry, temporary workers, payroll services (“portage salarial”), etc.
Recent works: Studies on business schools: teachers’ carreer, schools’ hierarchy and ranking, student selection patterns (competition).