CNRS, OFCE and CEPR
Anne-Laure Delatte is a tenured Researcher at the French Institute for Scientific Research (CNRS), a fellow at OFCE-Sciences Po (Observatoire Français des Conjonctures Economiques). She is currently on leave at Princeton University where she gives a course on the Euro crisis. Her research focuses on financial economics and international macroeconomics with an empirical approach, applied to several areas including emerging economies and recently Europe. She is a CEPR Research Affiliate in the Financial Economics Program. She joined a hearing about the European regulation on short selling and CDS in the German Parliament Bundestag in June 2012. She received her PhD in 2005 from Paris 10 University on the breakup of hard exchange rate regimes. During her Ph D. she visited the United Nations ECLAC in Buenos Aires. From 2006 to 2008 she has been a Lecturer in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.