Celine Rochon is a Senior Economist at the IMF Institute since September 2010.
Fluent In: French.
2000: PhD (Economics), CORE, Universite Catholique de Louvain
1997: MSc (Economics), CORE, Universite Catholique de Louvain
1996: MSc (Mathematics), University of Ottawa
1994: BSc (Mathematics), University of Ottawa
2005 - present (on leave): Assistant Professor in Finance (with tenure), Said Business School, University of Oxford
2001-2005: Assistant Professor (with tenure), THEMA, Universite de Cergy-Pontoise, France
Since September 2010: IMF Institute, African Division. Training missions: Economic Policies for Financial Stability (Austria, Singapore, Tunisia), Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies (Uganda, Mauritius), Financial Market Analysis (South Africa)
Between 2005-2010: Visiting Scholar at the IMF Institute, and consultant on training missions in China, Austria and Singapore.
IMF Books and Working Papers:
Reconsidering Bank Capital Regulation: A New Combination of Rules, Regulators, and Market Discipline, Working Paper No. 14/169, September 15, 2014
Optimal Maturity Structure of Sovereign Debt in Situation of Near Default, Working Paper No. 14/168, September 12, 2014
Conformism and Public News, Working Paper No. 11/33, February 01, 2011
A Real Model of Transitional Growth and Competitiveness in China, Working Paper No. 08/99, April 01, 2008
High Growth and Low Consumption in East Asia: How to Improve Welfare While Avoiding Financial Failures, Working Paper No. 07/278, December 01, 2007
Can Good Events Lead to Bad Outcomes? Endogenous Banking Crises and Fiscal Policy Responses, Working Paper No. 06/263, November 01, 2006
Other Published Materials
The domestic solution: Can China's growth be sustained through good-neighbor policies? (with L. Lipschitz and G. Verdier), Finance and Development, March 2009
Publications in Journals (Refereed)
Conformism and public news (with G. Desgranges), Economic Theory, Forthcoming.
From search to match: when loan contracts are too long (with C. Chamley), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 43 (2011), 385-411.
A real model of transitional growth and competitiveness in China (with L. Lipschitz and G. Verdier), Journal of Asian Economics 22 (2011), 267-283.
High growth and low consumption in East Asia: How to improve welfare while avoiding financial failures (with A. Feltenstein and M. Shamloo), Journal of Development Economics 91 (2010), 25-36.
Can good events lead to bad outcomes? Endogenous banking crises and fiscal policy responses (with A. Feltenstein), Journal of Asian Economics 20 (2009), 396-409.
Devaluation without common knowledge, Journal of International Economics 70 (2006), 470-489.
Debt, liquidity and dynamics (with H. Polemarchakis), Economic Theory 27 (2006), 179-211.
Generic efficiency and collusion-proofness in exchange economies (with G. Giraud), Social Choice and Welfare 20 (2003), 405-428.
Consistent collusion-proofness and correlation in exchange economies (with G. Giraud), Journal of Mathematical Economics 38 (2002), 441-463.
Analyse empirique de la theorie des anticipations de la structure par terme des taux d'interet (with O. Scaillet, G. Lobefalo, N. Marchand, L. Peeters, V. Thoen, J. Van De Voorde, D. Van Rossum), IRES, Service d'Analyse Economique, Universite catholique de Louvain, December 1997.