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Matteo Mogliani

Portrait de Matteo Mogliani

Matteo Mogliani is Deputy Head of the Conjunctural Analysis and Forecasting Division. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics and EHESS. His academic research mainly focuses on time-series econometrics (frequentist and Bayesian), machine learning, macroeconomic forecasting, cointegration, structural breaks, and non-linear time-series modeling. His research has been published in journals including the International Journal of Forecasting and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

http://sites.google.com/site/mmogliani/

 

 

 

 

Current Position

Deputy Head, Conjunctural Analysis and Forecasting Division, DGSEI DCPM DIACONJ.

Previous Position

  • Banque de France, Head of Section, International macroeconomics division (June 2017-September 2019)

  • Banque de France, senior economist, Macroeconomic forecasting division (September 2014-June 2017)
  • Banque de France, economist, Business conditions division (September 2010-September 2014)
  • University Sorbonne-Paris IV (September 2009-August 2010)
  • OECD (July 2008-September 2008)
  • French Development Agency (September 2007-February 2008).

Diploma

Ph.D. in Economics, Paris School of Economics and EHESS (2010)
Master of Science in Economics, Paris School of Economics and EHESS (2006)

Research Interest

Time-series econometrics, Machine learning, Macroeconomic forecasting, Macroeconomics, Monetary economics.

Contact

matteo.mogliani@banque-france.fr

+33 (0)1 42 92 59 39

Banque de France, 46-1383 DGSEI-DCPM-DIACONJ, 31 Rue Croix des Petits Champs, 75049 Paris Cedex 01, France

Publications Working Paper Series no. 713:

Bayesian MIDAS penalized regressions: estimation, selection, and prediction

  • Published on 03/15/2019
  • 36 pages
  • EN
  • PDF (2.4 MB)
Publications Rue de la Banque no. 56:

Does the Phillips curve still exist?

  • Published on 02/12/2018
  • 5 pages
  • EN
  • PDF (665.75 KB)
Publications Working Paper Series no. 600:

Rationality of announcements, business cycle asymmetry, and predictability of revisions. The case of French GDP

By Mogliani Matteo, Ferrière Thomas
  • EN
  • PDF (553.32 KB)
Publications Working Paper Series no. 473:

New estimate of the MIBA forecasting model. Modeling first-release GDP using the Banque de France's Monthly Business Survey and the “blocking” approach.

By Mogliani Matteo, Brunhes-Lesage Véronique, , Pluyaud Bertrand
  • EN
  • PDF (735.32 KB)
Publications Working Paper Series no. 436:

Nowcasting French GDP in Real-Time from Survey Opinions: Information or Forecast Combinations ?

By Bec Frédérique, Mogliani Matteo
  • EN
  • PDF (481.39 KB)
Publications Working Paper Series no. 383:

Macroeconomic forecasting during the Great Recession: The return of non-linearity ?

By Ferrara Laurent, Marcellino Massimiliano, Mogliani Matteo
  • EN
  • PDF (935.26 KB)
Publications Quarterly Selection of Articles no. 25:

Spring 2012

By Brun Matthieu, Chai Flavia, Cayssials Jean-Luc, Mangin Claire, Rakotoarivelo Johary Johnattan, Souissi Sendes, Montornès Jérémi, Haincourt Sophie, Mogliani Matteo, Bernales Alejandro, Renne Jean-Paul, Vukotic Marija
  • EN
  • PDF (968.34 KB)
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