I have been a full professor in economics at the University of Lille since 2017, after having been an assistant professor at the University of Paris X Nanterre from 1998 to 2017 and a researcher at the Centre d'études de l'emploi between 2007 and 2012.

My research focuses on the diversity of matching methods on the labour market, in connection with the plurality of quality of work conventions in firms  and relayed by intermediaries.

My empirical work is essentially based on the statistical studies of the INSEE Employment survey, the DARES survey OFER, and the DEFIS survey conducted by Céreq. I have also participated in qualitative case studies, such as the evaluation of Pôle emploi's simulation recruitment method and the collective study "Recruitment practices and labour market selectivity", having co-authored the monograph on recruitment practices in the banking sector.