Position(s) at the Institute
PhD in Quantitative Economics, jointly awarded by the EHESS, Paris and the London School of Economics
Faculty member since 2008, Professor Flandreau is an expert in the history of the international monetary and financial system. He previously held teaching and research positions at Sciences Po (Paris) as well as the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS, France), of which he is an award winner. He has also been a Visiting Professor at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR, London). He works with international organisations and has recently been counselling the Bank of International Settlement and is currently preparing a book on the long run evolution of the international financial architecture.
Areas of expertise
- International History, Money, Finance and Development
The Making of Global Finance 1880-1913 (with F. Zumer) , Paris: OECD, Development Centre Studies, 144 p.
The Glitter of Gold. France, Bimetallism and the Emergence of the International Gold Standard, 1848-1873 , Oxford: Oxford University Press, 343 p.
Money Doctors. The Experience of International Financial Advising 1850-2000 , London: Routledge, 384 p.
International Financial History in The Twentieth Century: System and Anarchy (with C.L. Holtfrerich and H. James) , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 278 p.
Un siècle d’architectures financières internationales , special issue of Économie Internationale (France’s leading international economics journal), Paris: La Documentation française, N° 78, 192 p.
Fellowship and activities
- Editorial Advisory Panel of the Financial History Review (since 2010)
- Member of the editorial board of the European Review of Economic History (since 2002)
- Director Past, Present and Policy Program (since 2006)
- Consulting with the Bank of International Settlements (since 2008)