Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
Conseiller scientifique (scientific advisor), CEPII
Academic year 2023-2024: fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin)
Chronique mensuelle dans Alternatives Economiques
I am an economic historian and macroeconomist seeking to better understand how the evolution of finance, state intervention in credit markets, central banking and the international monetary system has shaped European economies since the 19th century. Understanding where we come from should be an essential contribution to current policy debates.
My work aims at being interdisciplinary and showing how historical methods can inform and challenge economic thinking. I share this goal with my colleagues of the François Simiand Center for social and economic history at the Paris School of Economics & EHESS.
This website also provides links to original datasets that I constructed and that are available on journals' websites or other repositories. Do not hesitate to contact me if you are looking for additional data, or information about them.
The english translation of La Banque-Providence. Démocratiser les banques centrales et la monnaie is forthcoming at University of Chicago Press in May 2024:
Before 2019, I worked for 6 years for the Eurosystem, as an economist at the Banque de France. I was part of the teams in charge of producing forecasts (on France) and economic analyses (especially on housing investment and prices, then on euro area architecture) .