I am a junior professor of Social Choice and Game Theory at GATE, in the Saint-Etienne School of Economics (France). Previously, I spent a bit more than a year as a postdoctoral researcher at LAMSADE, in Paris. I completed a PhD in Computational Social Choice and a Master's degree in Logic at the ILLC, in Amsterdam (the Netherlands). I also hold a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of Athens (Greece).


I enjoy thinking about rationality and collective decisions. I usually investigate these topics from a theoretical perspective, but I also enjoy empirical work.


For more information about my—professional—self, see my full CV.

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