Bank of France and Paris School of Economics
Eric Monnet is an economist at the Bank of France and associate lecturer in economic history at the Paris School of Economics.
He has held visiting and research positions at Columbia University, Rutgers University, Ghent University and has been a fellow at the think tank Bruegel.
He obtained his Phd in economics from the EHESS and Paris School of Economics in 2012 (awarded Gerschenkron prize 2013 by the Economic History Association).
His current work focuses on the history of monetary policy in Europe from WWII to the 1980s and on the Bretton Woods system.
Articles by Eric Monnet:
Monetary policy with quantitative controls
5 July 2014, 5908 reads
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