Laboure

Marion Laboure

Affiliations
Associate of the Economics Department, Harvard University
Areas of Expertise:
  • Policy in Other Countries
  • Economic Growth & Innovation

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About Marion

Laboure's research focuses on international finance, public finance, and monetary economics. She is an economist with a PhD in Economics from the Ecole Normale Superieure and three masters in Economics, Government, and Management from the London School of Economics and Paris Dauphine University. Laboure brings a unique set of perspectives, combining private sector experience, a strong background in academic research, and policymaking. Her work history as an economist includes positions with Barclays, the Luxembourg Central Bank and the European Commission. She has also taught extensively at Harvard College, Harvard Kennedy School, Yale University, Paris Dauphine University and Sciences Po Paris.

Briefs

Why Globalization Has Been Beneficial Worldwide

Podcast

Publications

L'Invertissement dans la Structure du Capital (with Lionel Melka) (Economica, 2017).

Provides the basic knowledge for investing without fear. Develops the main characteristics and definitions of the instruments, the strategies that can be implemented, as well as the practical aspects and pitfalls to be avoided.

In the News

"Democratising Finance: The Digital Wealth Management Revolution," Marion Laboure, VOX, CEPR's Policy Portal, November 11, 2017.
"The Great Stagnation," Marion Laboure (with Juergen Braunstein), The London School of Economics and Political Science, October 4, 2016.
"Towards a Fall in Living Standards," Marion Laboure (with Juergen Braunstein), Euractiv, November 1, 2016.
"Windfall Revenues in Europe: What's Next?," Marion Laboure (with Juergen Braunstein and Julius Sen), The London School of Economics and Political Science, December 16, 2016.
"Blockchain: Investment (R)Evolution for Developing Markets," Marion Laboure (with Juergen Braunstein and Clara Volintiru), Forbes, February 7, 2017.
"The Gaps of Nations and the Rise of Far-Right Populism," Marion Laboure (with Juergen Braunstein), The London School of Economics and Political Science, March 23, 2017.