Régis Breton is scientific advisor at the financial stability directorate of the Banque of France since 2013. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Paris X, a master degree in economics and an engineering degree from École Polytechnique. He joined the Banque of France in 2010, initially as an economist in the Macro-finance division. Prior to joining the Banque of France he held a post-doctoral visiting position at the London School of Economics, and was a CNRS research fellow at the University of Orléans. His research covers various topics in financial intermediation and banking, financial stability, monetary economics, and imperfect information in financial markets.
Scientific advisor, Financial Stability Directorate
Economist, Macro-Finance division (2010-2012) CNRS researcher, LEO - Université d’Orléans (2003 – 2010) Visiting scholar, FMG – London School of Economics (2002 – 2003)
Ph.D. In Economics, University of Paris X (2002) – Master in Economics (D.E.A.), École Polytechnique-EHESS- University of Paris X (1997) - École Polytechnique (1993-1996)
Financial intermediation and banking, Monetary economics, Imperfect information, Financial markets
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