Sophie Piton is a Senior Research Economist at the Bank of England and a member of the Centre for Macroeconomics. Her research interests include international macroeconomics, productivity and growth.
She was awarded a PhD in Economics from Paris School of Economics in September 2018. She previously worked at CEPII (a research centre affiliated to the Prime Minister Office in France) as a Research Macroeconomist and Editor of policy publications for seven years.
Structural change, global R* and the missing-investment...
Structural change, global R* and the missing-investment puzzle
Revisiting the global decline of the (non-housing)...
Revisiting the global decline of the (non-housing) labor share
Sophie's Bank Underground blog postsProfits in a time of inflation: some insights from recent and past energy shocks in the UK - August 2023
Booming entrepreneurship during the Covid-19 pandemic - June 2022
How economic integration fuels macroeconomic imbalances - August 2019
Is there really a global decline in the (non-housing) labour share? - August 2019
Sophie's selected academic publications
Economic Integration and Unit Labour Costs, European Economic Review (2021)
Revisiting the Global Decline of the (Non-Housing) Labour Share with Germán Gutiérrez, American Economic Review: Insights (2020)
A European Disease? Non-tradable inflation and real interest rate divergence, CESifo Economic Studies (2017)