Mathilde Gauquelin

Mathilde GauquelinMathilde Gauquelin is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Ghent University and Université Laval. She holds a Joseph-Armand-Bombardier doctoral scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Her project aims to explain why international treaties that contain similar environmental commitments are subject to distinct enforcement mechanisms. Prior to starting her PhD, Mathilde worked for UNESCO (2016-2017), after completing an MA in International Studies at Université Laval. Throughout her studies, she has also worked at Global Affairs Canada (2016), at Quebec's Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Exports (2013-2015), and as a research assistant for the Canada Research Chair in International Political Economy (2015-2018).

Research interests

International environmental agreements; free trade agreements; dispute settlement mechanisms; international negotiations; trade-environment nexus; international political economy


Introduction to International Relations (Université Laval)


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