Emilie Kerstens


Programs: GeoeconomicsRegions: Europe & Eurasia, United StatesCategory: Analysis

Emilie Kerstens is a researcher at E3G and a former intern with the CSIS Scholl Chair in International Business. Her research focuses on the intersection of trade with critical global issues such as climate change, gender equality, and security. She previously worked as a research assistant to Jennifer Hillman and Katrin Kuhlmann at the Center on Inclusive Trade and Development and served as a fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law. Emilie graduated from her LL.M. in International Business and Economic Law and Certificate in WTO and International Trade Studies at Georgetown University Law Center with distinction and holds an LL.M. in International Law and an LL.B. in European Law from Maastricht University cum laude.

Recent Content


Geoeconomics and A Sustainable Global Order

Transatlantic Policy Perspectives The United States, Germany, and the rest of the European Union face a global economic order that has been profoundly—and likely irreversibly—affected by a confluence of existential …