Dr Christine Cote

Dr Christine Cote

Senior Lecturer in Practice

Department of Management

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About me

Dr. Christine Cote is currently a Senior Lecturer in Practice in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics, where she has been giving lectures and teaching seminars to masters, executive masters and undergraduate students since 2009.

Dr. Cote is also the Academic Director of the CEMS Masters in International Management programme and the MBA Exchange at LSE. She is a member of LSE's International Trade Policy Unit and a lecturer on the Programme in Advanced Trade Negotiation run by LSE Enterprise for the UK Government. Prior to joining the faculty at LSE she was a lecturer in international business at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal, Canada.

Before entering academia, Dr. Cote worked as an international trade negotiator with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. In this capacity she represented Canada in negotiations at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris and on bilateral trade and investment agreements.

Prior to this Dr. Cote worked as a strategy, policy and economics consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers based out of London, England and was responsible for advising Governments in Europe, Africa and Asia on major strategic public policy decisions. She was also a political advisor and organizer in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada.

Dr. Cote completed her PhD in international political economy from LSE in 2014. In addition to an undergraduate degree in economics and politics from McGill University, Christine has a graduate degree in economic policy from Harvard University and an MBA in strategic management and finance from London Business School.

Organisational Behaviour Faculty Research Group

Expertise Details

International trade; international investment agreements and investment arbitration; globalization and its impact on national regulation; foreign direct investment and the internationalization strategies of firms