Canadian companies are globally competitive in many lesser-known sectors beyond oil, wheat, and autos, says Kristelle Audet.
Economist in the Canadian Industrial Outlook group at the Conference Board of Canada
Kristelle Audet is an economist in the Canadian Industrial Outlook group at the Conference Board of Canada. She joined the Conference Board of Canada in 2011 as an economist in the Industrial Economic Trends group. She is responsible for the analysis and forecast of various industries. Prior to joining the Conference Board, Kristelle worked as a market analyst at the Pulp and Paper Products Council and also taught Economics to undergraduate students at HEC Montréal. Kristelle holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from HEC Montréal and graduated with an M.Sc in Economics and International Financial Economics from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom in 2009. During her postgraduate studies, she studied the links between the U.S. current account deficit and the housing boom.