Andreea Enache is currently a PhD student in Economics at the Paris School of Economics. Her thesis advisors are Jean-Pierre Florens and David Marimort. Under this dual and complementary supervision, her research interests lie in the area of econometrics (theory and methods), auction theory and principal-agent models. Her work focuses on structural econometrics applied to games of incomplete information. Her aim is to study identification and estimation of auction and dynamic adverse selection models, and also develop economic theory behind the repeated principal-agent models.
Andrea will spend Fall 2014 at the Becker Friedman Institute continuing to enrich her graduate studies in economics.