Florence Pisani
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Florence Pisani

Global Head of Economic Research

Florence. Pisani has been Global Head of Economic Research at Candriam since 2016, joining the firm in 2002 as a Macro-Economist from the French investment bank, CPR Gestion. 

Florence is the co-author several books with colleagues Anton Brender and Emile Gagna. The most recent, “The macroeconomics of debt, Europe’s blind spot”, published in 2021, examined public borrowing and growth in a low-interest-rate world. Others include “The American economy : A European view” in 2018; “Money, finance and the real economy: What went wrong?” in 2015, and “The sovereign debt crisis: Placing a curb on growth” in 2012.   

Florence. Pisani holds a Ph.D. in Economics from University of Paris Dauphine, where she also teaches. 

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Nadège Dufossé, Florence Pisani, Asignación de activos, Macro, Renta variable, Renta fija, Outlook 2023

Perspectivas de Candriam 2023

Es la vuelta al cole y el período de las decisiones de inversión... ¿
Asignación de activos, Nadège Dufossé, Florence Pisani, Stefan Keller, Thibaud Marie-Regnault

Russia-Ukraine conflict: geopolitical minefield for markets

Following weeks of rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has recognised the independence of two Moscow-backed regions in the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine.
Asignación de activos, Anton Brender, Emile Gagna, Florence Pisani, Macro

The Macroeconomics of Debt: Europe’s Blind Spot

With the pandemic, public debt has soared around the world. In the United States, as in Europe, ambitious investment plans will nevertheless be implemented… which will further increase public debt.
Anton Brender, Asignación de activos, Covid-19, Florence Pisani, Macro, Podcast

H2 2020 economic outlook: there will be no “return to normal”

Anton Brender and Florence Pisani examine the visible and invisible issues facing global economies and question the rate at which they are progressing towards an exit to the Covid-19 crisis. 

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