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FounderRaymond Barre
HeadquartersParis, France
Membership• Michel Courcier
• Christian Sautter
• Yves Berthelot
• Jean-Michel Charpin
• Anton Brender
• Jean Pisani-Ferry
• Jean-Claude Berthélemy
• Lionel Fontagné
• Agnès Bénassy-Quéré
• Sébastien Jean
• Antoine Bouët
• Philippe Huet
• Michel Albert
• Francis Mer
• Michel Camdessus
• Christian Stoffaës
• Jean Lemierre
• François Bourguigno
• Olivier Blanchard
• Francesco Giavazzi
• Marc Melitz
French economic think tank with lots of Bilderbergers.

The Centre d'Études Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales (CEPII) is the main French institute for research into international economics. It is part of the network coordinated by the Economic Policy Planning for the Prime Minister (France Stratégie).


Founded in 1978, by Prime Minister Raymond Barre, CEPII has a core team of around 30 economists. CEPII's main research area is the international economy[1].

Its creation constituted an attempt to develop the American model of think tanks in France[2].

CEPII has four main research areas are: factor markets and growth; the international financial and monetary system; EU economy; international trade models.


The successive chief executives (Directeur) of the CEPII have been:[3]

Chairs of the Conseil du CEPII:

The CEPII created a Scientific Committee in 2000, successively chaired by François Bourguignon (2000-2004), Olivier Blanchard (2004-2007), Francesco Giavazzi (2007-2020?), and Marc Melitz (since 2020?).


Known members

5 of the 21 of the members already have pages here:

Michel AlbertFrench economist, 1969 Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission Member
Olivier BlanchardFrench economist, Fred Bergsten Senior Fellow at Peterson Institute
Michel CamdessusIMF MD
Francesco GiavazziItalian double Bilderberg economist
Jean Pisani-FerryFrench economist widely published on resetting matters economic
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