Mickael is a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics. Prior to NHH, he completed his Bachelor at Paris I - Sorbonne University and graduated from the Paris Shool of Economics. He worked there for a year after completing his Master's degree as a Research Assistant on the impact of digitisation on employee working conditions in French companies.
His reserach interests are particularly linked to the study of tax evasion by individuals and multinational companies. More broadly, as taxation is intertwined with many fields in Economics, his interests also cover Labour, Welfare and Behavioural Economics. Mickael plans to write a thesis on the effect of taxes on private and public choices and their consequences in terms of inequality.