Welcome to my academic page!
I am Imen Bouhlel, a PhD graduate in Economics, and currently a Postdoc at the GREDEG, Université Côte d'Azur, with Nathalie Lazaric and Paolo Zeppini, working on modelling the transition towards recycling while observing consumer preferences.
I completed my PhD in Economics at the GREDEG laboratory at Université Côte d'Azur in 2019 under the supervision of Agnès Festré and Eric Guerci. My research topic was the exploration-exploitation dilemma met during the search process at both the individual and the collective level.
My PhD was followed by a first Postdoc on theoretical modeling of multi-attributes sequential search with Zakaria Babutsidze at the same university.
In my research, I use a combination of theoretical modeling, experimental economics, numerical simulations and agent-based modeling.
I am also since 2014 the Lab manager of the Laboratory of Experimental Economics of Nice (Leen.unice.fr).