Philippe Martin, Chairman of the French Council of Economic Analysis (Conseil d’analyse économique, CAE)
since January 2018, is professor at the Department of Economics of Sciences Po (Paris). He is the chair of
the National Productivity Board and co‐chair of the Franco German Council of Economic Analysis. He is vice‐
president and Research Fellow at Center for Economic Policy research (CEPR, London). He was previously
chair of the department at Sciences Po and professor at the University of Paris 1‐Panthéon‐Sorbonne, the
Paris School of Economics and a member of the Institut universitaire de France. Before teaching in France,
he was an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York assistant professor in Geneva. He also
taught at Ecole polytechnique. He received the prize of the best French young economist in 2002. He was
economic advisor of Emmanuel Macron (2015‐2016) when he was Minister for the Economy.
His research focuses on international trade and macroeconomics. His publications have appeared in the
American Economic Review, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Review of Economic Studies and the
Journal of International Economics among others. He was also a co‐author on a book on economic
geography published by Princeton University Press as well as books published by editions de la rue
d’Ulm/CEPREMAP and Oxford University Press.
He graduated from Sciences Po and holds a PhD in economics from Georgetown University