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Milena Mathé

Milena, a French citizen, has a Master degree in Foreign Languages (German, English) applied to International Business from the University Paris-Sorbonne, with one year Erasmus grant from Fachhochschule-Worms, University applied to sciences, Germany.

Prior to joining Bruegel, she was enrolled in a Master programme in European Economy at the Institute for European Studies (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and worked as an intern research assistant at Pour La Solidarité, a European Think Tank in Social Economy. She also acquired experience at Advanced Communication and Translation, Washington DC (Project management and Editing) and in Logwin, Germany (Business Development).

She speaks fluent French, English and German and has some knowledge in Spanish.

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Looking ahead at the Commission's imbalances report

The European Commission will release the analysis of its macroeconomic scoreboard on November 15. However, most of the indicators are already available through Eurostat. In this post, we discuss the broad macroeconomic trends that are likely to be detected by this early-warning procedure.

By: Milena Mathé and Alessio Terzi Topic: Macroeconomic policy Date: November 13, 2013