Dr Paul Hubert has been a junior researcher since 2010 at OFCE – Sciences Po, where his research mainly focuses on monetary macroeconomics, and he has been rapporteur for the CEPR Euro Area Business Cycle Dating Committee since 2012. In addition to central banking, he also works on the EU fiscal environment and the relationship between macroeconomy and financial stability. He has held a PhD in Economics from Sciences-Po since 2010, with a thesis on the expectations channel of monetary policy and the policy and welfare effects of central bank influence in a context of imperfect information. He previously obtained a BA in International Economics from Paris-Dauphine University in 2004 and a Master’s Degree in Economics from Sciences-Po in 2006. He was analyst at the French Trade Commission in Vancouver in 2005, research assistant to Prof. Jean Boivin in 2006 while visiting Columbia University, and visiting scholar at the Monetary Policy Strategy Division of the European Central Bank in 2011.
Dr Paul Hubert