Jean-Baptiste Gossé is an economist at the Banque de France. He was previously a macro-prudential economist at the Banque Centrale du Luxembourg and a research fellow at the University of Cambridge. His fields of interest are international economics and finance with particular focus on adjustment to external shocks, coordination of economic policies and financial regulation. He holds a PhD in economics from the Université Paris-Nord.
PhD in Economics, Université Paris-Nord
Deputy Head of the European Relations Division
Macroprudential economist (Banque centrale du Luxembourg) ; Research Fellow (University of Cambridge)
International economics (external adjustments, international financial markets, balance of payments, risk-sharing); Financial regulation (macro-prudential policy, systemic risk); Reform of the EMU (European Unemployment Insurance, Capital Markets Union)
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