Thomas Pellet

Research Analyst

Thomas Pellet has been a research analyst at the Peterson Institute for International Economics since June 2017. He works with C. Fred Bergsten Senior Fellow Olivier Blanchard on issues related to the euro area, macroeconomic policy, and capital flows. Previously, Pellet worked as a research assistant to the chief economist at Rothschild & Co., in Paris, France and produced debt sustainability assessments for the euro area, as well as global financial stability reports and economic forecasts for executive committees.

Pellet earned his bachelor's degree in political science from Sciences Po, Paris, and his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Sorbonne University, Paris, with an exchange year scholarship from the University of Chicago.

Pellet is currently pursuing a master's degree in business administration, specializing in financial markets, from HEC Paris, and a master's degree in economics and public policy from Sciences Po, Paris.

Recent Content

Policy Brief

Olivier Blanchard (PIIE), Christopher G. Collins (Federal Reserve Board of Governors), Mohammad R. Jahan-Parvar (Federal Reserve Board of Governors), Thomas Pellet (PIIE) and Beth Anne Wilson (Federal Reserve Board of Governors)

February 2018