Olivier Jeanne

Olivier Jeanne

Professor

PhD, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

Wyman Park Building 582
Wednesday 10am-12pm
410-516-7604
ojeanne@jhu.edu
Curriculum Vitae

I joined the Johns Hopkins Department of Economics in September, 2008, after ten years in various positions at the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund. My research spans an array of applied and theoretical topics in international and domestic macroeconomics: capital flows, exchange rate regimes and currency crises, sovereign debt and defaults, international liquidity, and monetary policy. Outside of Hopkins, I am also a research associate at National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER, Cambridge MA), a research fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR, London), and a nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (Washington, D.C.).

A complete list of work can be found here. 

Recent Papers:

“Central Bank Policy Sets the Lower Bound on Bond Yields” 2020, Peterson Institute for International Economics Working Paper 20-2, with Joe Gagnon, https://www.piie.com/publications/working-papers/central-bank-policy-sets-lower-bound-bond-yields

“To What Extent Are Tariffs Offset by Exchange Rates?” 2020, Peterson Institute for International Economics Working Paper 20-1, https://www.piie.com/system/files/documents/wp20-1.pdf

“Global Financial Cycle and Liquidity Management,” 2020 (with Damiano Sandri) (PDF)

“Currency Wars, Trade Wars and Global Demand,” 2019 (Slides)

New version: “Optimal Reserves in Financially Closed Economies” (2019, with Damiano Sandri, revise and resubmit to the Journal of International Money and Finance). (PDF)

New version: "Macroprudential Regulation Versus Mopping Up After the Crash," 2019 (with Anton Korinek, forthcoming in the Review of Economic Studies). (PDF)

New version: "Managing Credit Booms and Busts: A Pigouvian Taxation Approach," 2019 (with Anton Korinek, Journal of Monetary Economics, 107, pp. 2-17). (PDF)

Other:

My presentation on “Policy Interactions and International Spillovers in the Global Economy: an Academic Perspective” at the IBRN‐IMF workshop, Washington DC, October 15 2019 (Slides)

I took our graduate students to a visit of the IMF in Washington DC: https://econ.jhu.edu/2019/11/01/jhu-phd-students-visit-the-imf-in-washington-dc-to-learn-about-careers-opportunities-and-jobs/

My presentation on "Currency Wars and Trade Wars" at the NBER-CCER Conference: China and the World Economy in Peking University (http://en.nsd.pku.edu.cn/news/489209.htm) (Slides)

A conference on the "New Economics of Exchange Rate Adjustment" that I co-organized at Cambridge University: https://www.inet.econ.cam.ac.uk/our-events/new-economics-of-rate-adjustment-march-21-22-2019 

A paper on “Analytical Frameworks and Toolkits in IMF Financial Surveillance” that I wrote for the IMF Independent Evaluation Office. (PDF)

Thought Pieces

“Financial Times Oped: Germany Owes More to Prodigal Periphery” (Link)

“The International Monetary System” (PDF) ( Video)

“The Role of Central Banks: Lessons from the Crisis” (PDF)

“Dealing with Volatile Capital Flows”

“We Need a Multilateral Consultation On How To Avoid Global Deflation” (LINK)

Conference Remarks – “Building an International Monetary and Financial System for the 21st Century: Agenda for Reform” (PDF)

“Dealing With Credit Booms and Busts: the Case for Prudential Taxation” (PDF)

“What Inflation Targeting Means in a Credit Crunch” (PDF)