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I am a researcher in applied monetary economics. My recent research focuses more especially on how monetary policy finds its way towards the general public, and how media matter for monetary policy. I obtained my Master degree at Paris School of Economics / Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and got my PhD from the same university. In the past I had the chance to visit Harvard University and Princeton University (online) and enjoyed / benefited a lot from the seminars and talks with their outstandingly passionate, dynamic and interactive researchers.



Areas of interest

exchange rates
capital flows
central bank communication
monetary policy transmission
households' expectations
households' understanding of economics


Pinter, J (2021)

Monetarist arithmetic at Covid-19 time: a take on how not to misapply the quantity theory of money

(No 14) Universidade do Minho, NIPE DOI
Picault, M , Pinter, J , & Renault, T (2022)

Media sentiment on monetary policy: Determinants and relevance for inflation expectations

Journal of International Money and Finance, 124, 102626 DOI