Distinguished Fellows

In 2019, CEPR established a new category of affiliation. CEPR Distinguished Fellows are eminent economists who enjoy a high standing in the profession.

Distinguished Fellows have typically had a research career; have held office in high level policy institutions; and have rendered service to CEPR and the profession. Appointments are effective for a period of six years, renewable. 

Distinguished Fellows can participate in research and policy conferences and advise CEPR leadership. 

Charles Bean

Professor of Economics and Co-director, Executive Masters in Public Administration/Policy London School Of Economics And Political Science

Agnès Bénassy-Quéré

Deputy-Governor Banque De France; Distinguished Fellow Centre for Economic Policy Research; Professor (on Leave) Pantheon-Sorbonne University; Professor (on Leave) Paris School of Economics (PSE)

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi

Chairman Italgas; Chairman Societé Générale; Honorary Professor, UCL Policy Lab University College London

Olivier Blanchard

Fred Bergsten Senior Fellow Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE)

Laurence Boone

Chief Economist, Head of the Economics Department and Deputy Secretary-General Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)

Vitor Constancio

former Vice-President European Central Bank; Professor University of Navarra

Martin Hellwig

Director (em.) Max Planck Institute For Research On Collective Goods

Mario Monti

President Bocconi University, former Prime Minister of Italy Bocconi University

Distinguished Fellow

Maurice Obstfeld

C. Fred Bergsten Senior Fellow Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE)

Lucas Papademos

Chair in Economic Sciences and former President Academy of Athens; former Vice-President European Central Bank; Former Prime Minister Government of Greece

Distinguished Fellow

Ceyla Pazarbasioglu

Director of the Strategy, Policy, and Review Department International Monetary Fund

Distinguished Fellow

Peter Praet

Former Chief Economist and Member of the Executive Board European Central Bank

Distinguished Fellow

Lucrezia Reichlin

Fellow British Academy; Fellow Econometric Society; Chair of the fellows IFRS International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation; Professor of Economics London Business School

Andrew Rose

Dean of the NUS Business School National University Of Singapore; Professor Emeritus at the Haas School of Business University of California, Berkeley

Isabel Schnabel

Member of the Executive Board European Central Bank; Professor of Financial Economics (on leave) University Of Bonn

RPN Member, European Financial Architecture / Fellow, Banking and Corporate Finance / Distinguished Fellow