I came to ULMS from a background in Political Science and International Relations with previous appointments at European University Institute, University of Swansea and Queen Mary, University of London. I received my Ph.D. in Political Science in 2008 from University of Birmingham. I am a political economist with interests across the ULMS, but especially in Organisation Studies.
My work focuses on International Political Economy and its variegated organisational forms. My research revolves around the multifaceted and multiscalar set of processes that have become commonly known as "financialisation" as a transformative process in the world economy. I teach International Business and Global Political Economy, and supervise postgraduate taught and research students on a range of topics.
- Co-chair of the Publics and Practices Research Cluster in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology
- Member of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Outcomes Group
- Member of ULMS Research Funding Committee
- Convenor of Organisation and Management Group Speaker Series