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Christine Skinner

Assistant Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics, Wharton School of Management

Christine Skinner is an assistant professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics at the Wharton School of Management. Her research focuses on central banking, the financial markets, separation-of-powers, corporate governance, and law and macroeconomics.

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Christine Skinner

Assistant Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics, Wharton School of Management

Christina Parajon Skinner is an assistant professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School of Management and is an expert on financial regulation. Her research focuses on central banking, the financial markets, separation-of-powers, corporate governance, and law and macroeconomics. Professor Skinner’s work is international and comparative in scope, drawing on her experience as an academic and central bank lawyer in the United Kingdom.

Prior to joining the faculty at Wharton, Professor Skinner served as legal counsel at the Bank of England, in the Financial Stability Division of the Bank’s Legal Directorate. Her work there focused principally on matters of bank resolution, financial market infrastructure, and macroprudential policy.

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