Beginning January 2023, I am a research associate on the Leverhulme Trust-funded project ‘the Political Economy of Growth Models in an Age of Stagnation’.
Before joining King’s, I was a research fellow at the Institute for Political Science (IPW) at the University of St Gallen, Switzerland, working on the project ‘the Democratic Legitimacy of the Macroprudential Regime’. I also taught under and postgraduate modules in international political economy at the University of St Gallen, and the University of Lucerne, Switzerland.
My research interests have two strands:
The politics of international corporate taxation, particularly as it relates to the structural power of offshore financial centres vis-a-vis transnational corporations.
The second strand of my research in centred on investigating the sources of the democratic legitimacy of financial trans-governmental networks, which form the global financial macroprudential regime.
Populism and New Radical-Right Parties: the case of Vox", with H. Marcos Marne and C. Plaza Colodro. Politics (Online First)