Jean-Hervé Lorenzi

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Jean-Hervé Lorenzi is an economist who often appears as a commentator in French media.

Renaud Lambert writes:

On 3 November 2011 France Inter's morning show dealt with the G20 summit in Cannes. The guest commentator was Jean-Hervé Lorenzi, introduced as chairman of the Cercle des Economistes — whose role journalists usually fail to explain [...] A few days later, Le Téléphone Sonne, another France Inter show, reviewed the "lessons to be drawn" from the summit. The guest expert was Lorenzi, as "chairman of the Cercle des Economistes". Under this title Lorenzi, who is also an advisor to the French Socialist Party's presidential candidate François Hollande, has analysed the real estate market in the newspaper Les Echos, the stock market fall on radio station Europe 1, and "France’s fabulous destiny" on TV channel RTL. But Lorenzi is also a member of the boards of the business phone directory PagesJaunes, Associés en Finance, the French Association of Mobile (phone) Operators and BNP Paribas Assurance. He is auditor of credit insurance company Euler Hermes, a member of the supervisory boards of Compagnie Financière Saint-Honoré, opinion poll firm BVA and engineering firm Groupe Ginger, and advisor to the board of La Compagnie Financière Edmond de Rothschild Banque.[1]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Renaud Lambert, Economical with the truth: Independent economists, or members of the board?, Le monde diplomatique, March 2012
  2. Renaud Lambert, Well advised: Independent economists, or members of the board?, Le monde diplomatique, March 2012.
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