Alfred Galichon

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Alfred Galichon
BornMay 4th,1977
Nationality French
Alma mater École Polytechnique,
École des Mines,
Harvard University [1]
AwardsEdmond Malinvaud Prize of the French Association of Economic Sciences, 2015. [2]
Scientific career
Fields Quantitative Economics, Econometrics, Applied mathematics, Optimal Transport, Data Science.
InstitutionsCurrent: New York University
Former: École Polytechnique, Sciences Po. [3]
Doctoral advisor Guido Imbens [4]
Website http://alfredgalichon.com/

Alfred Galichon (alfʁɛːd galiʃɔ̃; born May 4, 1977) is a French economist and mathematician. [1] His work focuses on quantitative economics and econometrics. [5] He is a professor of economics and of mathematics at New York University. [1] [5]

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Life and work

Galichon was born in Paris. He is a professor at New York University in the Courant Institute, and the director of NYU Paris. [1] [5] [6] Previously, he had been a full professor at Ecole Polytechnique, and then at Sciences Po, Paris. He is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and Corps des Mines, and holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard University. [7]

His work lies within quantitative economics, in particular on the economic applications of optimal transport. He has contributed to the econometrics of matching markets, discrete choice models, martingale optimal transport, and quantile regression. [5] [8]

He is a fellow of the Econometric Society [9] and the author of Optimal Transport Methods in Economics. [10]

Research

Galichon is the author of more than forty peer-reviewed articles. [11] His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation (2017-2020) and twice by the European Research Council, for a total amount of approximately 3 million Euros. [12] [13] [14]

Awards and distinctions

Selected publications

Books

Articles

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