Jean Pisani-Ferry

Member of the Cercle des économistes, professor at Sciences-Po


Jean Pisani-Ferry is a Professor at Sciences-Po Paris and a Senior Fellow at Bruegel and the Peterson Institute. His analyses are shared through his columns for Project Syndicate and Le Monde. He was also active as head of the Program and ideas of Emmanuel Macron’s presidential campaign and as Commissioner General of France Stratégie.

Prior to that, he held various positions including the management of Bruegel, a European economic research centre based in Brussels, the Deputy Chair of the Council of Economic Analysis, and advisory roles in the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry. He was also director of the CEPII (Centre d’Études Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales).

His education includes a diploma from the Centre d’études des programmes économiques, a DEA in mathematics, and an engineering degree from Supélec. His contributions to the economic literature include works such as “Economic Policy: Theory and Practice” (with Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Benoît Coeuré and Pierre Jacquet) and “The euro crisis and its aftermath”. His main areas of expertise cover economic policy, the European economy and international economics.

Area of Expertise

  • Economic policy
  • European Economy
  • International Economy