I am interested in supervising PhD students in a range of areas, particularly in the area of feminist international political economy.
Current PhD Students:
Blanca Merino Casallo (September 2012 – present), “Politicians Acting For and Against Women: A study of the role of gender identities in shaping politicians’ propensity to promote gender equality in Spain 1930-present” (part-time)
Christian Scholz (September 2014 – present), “The intensification of political-economic restructuring in the EMU in times of crisis”
Aliki Koutlou (September 2017 – present), “Fabricating indebted Europeans: State, subjectivity and crisis in Spain and Greece”
Andrew Eggleston (September 2018 - present), "The Limits to UK Housing Policy: 2010-18"
Past PhD Students:
Simon Chin-Yee (September 2013 – June 2018), “Africa and the Global Climate Change Regime: Kenyan National Policy”
Ilias Alami (September 2014 –May 2018), “Post-crisis capital account policies in emerging capitalisms: regaining policy space? A comparison between Brazil and South Africa”
Caroline Metz (September 2015 –September 2018), “Why is the European Union relaunching asset-securitisation? The politics of capital markets union and financial disintermediation”