I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Chair of International Relations and International Political Economy at the University of Zurich.
I received my PhD in Government from Georgetown University in 2017, having previously studied political science at Northwestern University (B.A.), and Sciences Po and Fudan University (M.A.). My research explores the role that economic and financial narratives have on states, firms and international institutions. In my dissertation I examined state resistance to recent global tax and transparency initiatives by looking at narratives of banking present in offshore financial centers. I further explore how and when narratives matter in some of my current projects, which deal with multinational corporations and taxation, the history of offshore finance, international corruption, and international commodity organizations.