The Centre For Macroeconomics is the UK’s largest research centre of active academic macroeconomic researchers, with more than 125 members across different areas, including an economics Nobel laureate, current and former top policy-makers, and many world experts and young researchers. They come together at the CFM to carry out pioneering research on the study of nations’ prosperity, and the crises that afflict them, helping to design policies that will create a healthier and more resilient economy. The centre encompasses experts from Cambridge University, London School of Economics (LSE), Oxford University, University College London (UCL), the Bank of England and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR). It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the UK’s largest funder of research on economic and social issues.
The Director of the Centre is Professor Ricardo Reis