I am an Assistant Professor of Business and Government at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business. I study political economy, with a focus on international monetary and financial relations. I’m especially interested in the politics of financial market development and bank lobbying on trade and financial market policies. My research also spans topics that lie at the intersection of international economic cooperation and domestic politics, such as currency swaps and bilateral investment treaties.
Before joining CBS, I received my PhD in Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Primary research areas
International Political Economy Politics of finance and trade Money in politics Financial markets and development Quantitative Methods Network Science