BRUEGEL and Université Paris-Dauphine
Jean Pisani-Ferry is director of BRUEGEL, a Brussels-based economic think tank, and Professor at the Université Paris-Dauphine. He is a member of the French Prime Minister’s Conseil d’Analyse Economique and of the European Commission President’s Group of Economic Policy Analysis (GEPA) to the European Commission’s president. He was previously Director of CEPII, the main French research institute in international economics (1992 - 97), and Executive President of the French Prime Minister's Council of Economic Analysis (2001 - 02). His policy experience includes positions with the European Commission (1989 - 92) and working as the economic advisor to the French Minister of Finance (1997 - 2000).
Articles by Jean Pisani-Ferry:
LTRO: Quantitative easing in disguise?
3 May 2012, 19192 reads
Public capital flows replacing private flows in the Eurozone: What it means for policy
2 April 2012, 15515 reads
IMF surveillance of the Eurozone: Quo Vadis?
9 November 2011, 9332 reads
A three-part plan to tackle the Eurozone debt crisis
28 February 2011, 14791 reads
Eurozone governance: What went wrong and how to repair it
17 June 2010, 11674 reads
The looming divide within Europe
23 January 2009, 37156 reads
6 July 2007, 26806 reads