Céline Grislain-Letrémy

Céline Grislain-Letrémy is a research economist at the Bank of France since June 2020 and is a research fellow affiliated to Center for Research in Economics and Statistics (CREST). Prior to that, she has held management positions at the French Ministry of Solidarity and Health, economist positions at the French Statistical Institute and at the French Ministry of Environment, and consultant position at the OECD. She has also been a research economist at CREST. She specializes in public policy evaluation, environmental economics, and risk and insurance econmics.



PhD in Economics, University Paris-Dauphine (2012)

Master of Science in Financial Engineering, Columbia University (2006)

Bachelor of Arts in Law, Political and Social Sciences, University of Paris I (2006)

ENSAE (National School of Statistics and Economics, 2006)


Current Position

Economist and researcher at Department of Structural Policies Studies

Previous Position

Head of the division Redistribution and Evaluation (2016–2019) and head of the unit Studies on Redistribution (2014–2016), French Ministry of Solidarity and Health

Economist, French National Statistical Institute (2011–2014)

Research Economist, Center for Research in Economics and Statistics, University Paris-Dauphine (2010–2011)

Economist, French Ministry of Environment (2007–2010)

Consultant, OECD (2007)


Research Fields

Public policy evaluation, environmental economics, risk and insurance economics, urban economics and spatial econometrics, economics of taxation and social benefits




Banque de France, 49-1374 DGSEI-DEMS-SEPS, 75049 Paris Cedex 01, France


Peer-reviewed articles (in English)

Peer-reviewed articles (in French)

Other articles and reports (in French)


Updated on: 10/07/2020 10:24