Julia Schmidt is working as a research economist at the Banque de France's International Macroeconomics Division since September 2013. She is also teaching macroeconomics at Paris School of Economics. Her research concerns international macroeconomics, among others international banking, as well as business cycle economics, in particular the role of technology diffusion for macroeconomic dynamics. Julia received her PhD in 2013 from the Graduate Institute (IHEID) Geneva, where she worked under the supervision of Cédric Tille.
Research economist, International Macroeconomics Division
Bank of England (June-August 2012), Banque de France (February-June 2009)
PhD in economics (Graduate Institute Geneva, 2013), Master in economics (research track, Sciences Po Paris, 2009)
Macroeconomics, International economics, Time series econometrics
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Banque de France, 49-1374 DGEI-DERIE-SEMSI, 75049 Paris Cedex 01, France
International Banking and Liquidity Risk Transmission: Evidence from France (with Matthieu Bussière, Boubacar Camara, François-Daniel Castellani and Vincent Potier) IMF Economic Review, 2015, vol. 63(3), p. 479-495.
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