Morgane Fouché

Morgane Fouché is a Research Associate at the Systemic Risk Centre at the London School of Economics. Her interests lie in the areas of macro & micro prudential policies, central banking and sovereign debt.

She recently graduated from a dual Master’s degree in International Economic Policy and International Political Economy between SciencesPo Paris and the London School of Economics.

Publications

Opinion Pieces
Jun 2016
The threat to the financial system posed by cyber risk is often claimed to be systemic. This column argues against this, pointing out that almost all cyber risk is microprudential. For a cyber attack to lead to a systemic crisis, it would need to be...
Opinion Pieces
Oct 2015
There has always been conflict between macro- and microeconomic regulation. Microeconomic policy reigns supreme during good times, and macro during bad. This column explains that while the macro and micro objectives have always been present in...