After studying at Ecole Polytechnique, UCL and AgroParisTech, I started a PhD in September 2019 under the supervision of Primavera de Filippi and Bruno Deffains.
Working at the CRED (Paris Center for Law and Economics) and at the CERSA (Paris Center for Research in Public Administration Theory), I explore the affordances offered by the blockchains technology to support the governance of land based commons, in particular in the Global South.
Public service oriented by vocation, my goal is to further research focusing on blockchain-enabled governance and coordination for public services or for community-driven organisations before joining the french administration.
My PhD is entitled Governing Land Registries and the Commons through Blockchains and Distributed Databases and builds on the work of Elinor Ostrom and the Bloomington School. I add to this field insights from ICT and in particular blockchain-based distributed organisations.