CEPR Research Fellow Jeromin Zettelmeyer appointed next Director of Bruegel
CEPR Research Fellow Jeromin Zettelmeyer appointed as Director of Bruegel, starting September 2022.
CEPR congratulates Jeromin Zettelmeyer for his recent appointment to Director of Bruegel, one of Europe's leading economic think tanks. Jeromin has been affiliated with CEPR for over ten years, and is a Research Fellow in CEPR's International Macroeconomics and Finance (IMF) programme. He was also the founding chair of CEPR’s Research and Policy Network on European Economic Architecture (2018-19), of which he remains a member.
He is currently Deputy Director of the Strategy and Policy Review Department at the International Monetary Fund, where his areas of responsibility include policies on sovereign debt, exchange rates, capital flows and trade. From 2014 until September of 2016, he served as Director-General for Economic Policy at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. He has published widely on topics including the euro area, financial crises, sovereign debt, economic growth, and transition economies.
Jeromin's CEPR Discussion Papers can be found here, including:
- DP16817 Sovereign Debt Sustainability and Central Bank Credibility
- DP12793 The Search for a Euro Area Safe Asset
He has also written for VoxEU, including:
- Ditch the EU’s fiscal rules; develop fiscal standards instead
- Euro area architecture: What reforms are still needed, and why
Read the full statement from Bruegel here.