Guillaume Saint-Jacques
Ph.D. Candidate
Information Technologies / Economics
MIT Sloan School of Management
Guillaume Saint-Jacques

Guillaume is a Ph.D. candidate at MIT Sloan. His advisor is Erik Brynjolfsson, who also serves as the director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy. Guillaume's research interests involve the Economics of Information Technologies and Digitization. In particular, he focuses on understanding the link between information technologies and the distribution of productivity and income, both across individuals and across businesses.

Prior to joining MIT, Guillaume completed a Master's degree in Economics at ENS Paris (promotion 2006) and Paris School of Economics. Under the supervision of Thomas Piketty, he wrote his Master's thesis on the effect of income tax schedules that involve income splitting on the labor supply of women, and he developed the first on-line tax reform simulator. He received his business education in the Entrepreneurship program at HEC Paris. For a year, he also taught as a French lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Guillaume Saint-Jacques
MIT Sloan School of Management, E62-459
100 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02142
Email: gsaintja@
Phone (office): +1-617-253-4361
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