"C'est par le travail que la femme a en grande partie franchi la distance qui la séparait du mâle ; c'est le travail qui peut seul lui garantir une liberté concrète". 

Simone de Beauvoir, le Deuxième Sexe, 1949

Isabelle L. Salle, PhD

I am a Principal Researcher at the Bank of Canada, in the Financial Markets Department and a research fellow at the University of Amsterdam (School of Economics).

 

Here you can find information about my profile and download my various research and teaching resources, including my publications, the latest versions of my working papers and the corresponding codes and computer programs.

Researcher in Behavioral Macroeconomics

News 

  • Discussant at the Carnegie-Rochester-NYU Public Policy Conference on "Central Banking in the 2020s - and Beyond", April 2021.  

  • Link to the CEPR-VoX interview about consumption changes amid the COVID crisis

 

DISCLAIMER: the opinions expressed on this website or in any content linked to it are mine and do not reflect those of the Bank of Canada.  

 

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"C'est par le travail que la femme a en grande partie franchi la distance qui la séparait du mâle ; c'est le travail qui peut seul lui garantir une liberté concrète". 

Simone de Beauvoir, le Deuxième Sexe, 1949

Isabelle L. Salle, PhD

I am a Principal Researcher in the Financial Markets Department of the Bank of Canada, and a research fellow at the University of Amsterdam (School of Economics).

I am also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 

 

Here you can find information about my profile and download my various research and teaching resources, including my publications, the latest versions of my working papers and the corresponding codes and computer programs.

Researcher in Behavioral Macroeconomics

 News 

  • Discussant at the Carnegie-Rochester-NYU Public Policy Conference on "Central Banking in the 2020s - and Beyond", April 2021.  

  • Link to the CEPR-VoX interview about consumption changes amid the COVID crisis

 

DISCLAIMER: the opinions expressed on this website and in any content linked to it are mine and do not reflect those of the Bank of Canada.  

 

© 2021 by Isabelle Salle, latest update: Feb 2021.