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Lucrezia Reichlin


Professor of Economics
London Business School

Areas of expertise

  • Monetary policy
  • Applied macroeconomics and time series (developing econometric models to study high dimensional data)
  • Business cycle

Short Biography

Lucrezia Reichlin is professor at the London Business School. Her research is on applied macroeconomics and econometrics. She has pioneered methods for forecasting with large data-sets and for now-casting. She was director general of research at the European Central Bank from 2005 to 2008. Professor Reichlin is a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Econometric Society and is honorary international fellow of the American economic Association. She is a trustee the International Foundation of Reporting Standard (IFRS) and chair of the trustees’ steering committee for sustainability standards and trustee of the Center for European policy Research. She is co-founder of now-casting economics, a member of a few commercial boards and research institutes and advise central banks and financial firms on a regular basis.

Selected publications

Low Inflation for Longer
Voxeu.org, Published 15 January 2018

A Model of the Fed’s View of Inflation
CERP Discussion Paper Series DP12564, 4 January 2018

Exploiting the Monthly Data Flow in Structural Forecasting
Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 84, December 2016, Pages 201–215

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