Christopher LaMonica



BA Economics (1984), University of Massachusetts/Amherst.

MPP International Development (1997), Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA.

MA International Relations (1993), Boston University, International Programs/Paris, France.

PhD Political Science (2000), Boston University, African Studies Center, Boston, MA.


Tenured Professor of Government.


PhD from Boston University (2001)

Professional Experience

Chris worked in ocean freight shipping in the US and the UK (for two years); international development (OECD, USAID, HIID, for six years); as a university lecturer (in New Zealand, for five years); and now Professor of Government (10 years).  

At the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University, he has taught a number of courses related to globalization, international political economy, corporate social responsibility, and African area studies.