Urban Economics, Public Economics, Labour Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Mylène joined INSEAD as a Research Associate in Economics in 2018. She earned a Dual Master in Economics and Quantitative Economics from Sciences Po Paris, in partnership with the University Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She also holds a Bachelor in Mathematics and Computer Sciences from University Paris I, as well as a Bachelor of Arts from Sciences Po.
Before joining INSEAD, she completed an internship in evaluation of development policy, and another one at the OECD, in a partnership that promotes statistics for development.
For her Master Thesis, she worked on the quality of life in French cities, investigating how a model of housing prices, wages and amenities could be used to estimate urban quality of life. Her research interests span urban, labour and education economics.