Olivier Accominotti

Associate Professor of Economic History, London School of Economics; CEPR Research Fellow

Olivier Accominotti is an Associate Professor of Economic History at the London School of Economics and a CEPR Research Fellow. He holds a PhD in Economics from Sciences Po Paris and was previously a Research Fellow at Princeton University’s Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance. He has held visiting research positions at the University of California, Berkeley, the European University Institute, and the Bank of France. Olivier’s research interests are in economic history and international finance, especially the international propagation of financial crises, the determinants of global capital flows, the evolution of the foreign exchange market, and the structure of the global financial system and money market.  

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