Sylvérie Herbert

Sylvérie HERBERT is a research economist in the monetary policy department of the Bank of France. She also teaches at Sciences Po Paris. Her research focuses on central bank communication and informational frictions.



Twitter : @SylverieHerbert

Current Position

Research economist, monetary policy department (DGEI-DEMFI-POMONE)

Previous Positions

Summer Fellow, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, summer 2019

Summer Fellow, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, summer 2019

Graduate Summer Research Programme, Monetary policy research department, European Central Bank, summer 2018

Intern, Monetary policy department, European Central Bank, summer 2014


PhD in Economics, Cornell University, 2020

M.A in Economics and Public Policy, Sciences Po, École Polytechnique et ENSAE, 2014

M.S in Economics, École Polytechnique, 2014

B.A in Economics and Mathematics, Columbia University, 2012

B.A in Political Sciences, Sciences Po Paris, 2012

B.A in Natural Science, Pierre and Marie Curie University, 2012

Research Interest

Monetary economics, Information economics (informational frictions, expectations formation)

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

+33 (0) 1 42 92 63 06

Publications Working Paper Series no. 853:

The Reproducibility of Economics Research: A Case Study

By Herbert Sylvérie, Kingi_Hautahi, Stanchi Flavio, Vilhuber Lars
  • Published on 12/10/2021
  • 43 pages
  • EN
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