Michèle Tertilt's research concentrates on macroeconomics with a special focus on development and intra-family interactions. She has also worked on consumer credit and bankruptcies.
For the "Women in Economics" initiative, the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and UBS interviewed leading female economists on their research. Find the portrait of Michèle Tertilt below.
In 2019 Michèle Tertilt is awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Preis by the German Science Foundation (DFG) for her works that bridge the gaps between family economics, development and macroeconomics.
Michèle Tertilt has hosted and taken part in various conferences to a wide range of topics, including "Familiy Macro", Quantitative Macroeconomics and Cultural Change and Economic Growth in the long run.
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