Department of Economics
I am a structural econometrician with a focus on industrial organisation and incentive theory models.
I hold PhD in Mathematical Economics and Econometrics at Paris School of Economics (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales) and CREST, Paris, France (2015).
My research interests fall in one or several of the following topics: Econometric Methods, Parametric and Nonparametric Econometrics, Asymptotic Theory, Statistics of Stochastic Processes, Auction Theory, Contract Theory, Regulation models, Empirical Industrial Organization, Quantitative Marketing, Health Economics, Machine Learning.
Andreea Enache & Jean-Pierre Florens, (2020), Identification and Estimation in a Third-Price Auction Model, Econometric Theory, 36(3), 386-409.
Andreea Enache & Jean-Pierre Florens, (2018), Nonparametric Estimation for Regulation Models, Annals of Economics and Statistics, no. 131, pp. 45-58.
A Functional Estimation Approach to the First-Price Auction Models (with Jean-Pierre Florens and Erwan Sbaï). Conditionally Accepted at Journal of Econometrics.