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External examining

  • King's College London, Department of European and International Studies (2022-).

  • Goldsmiths, University of London, Department of Politics and International Relations (2019-21).

  • London School of Economics, Department of International Relations (2014-17).

Journal founding

  • Established graduate-run, Oxford academic journal of international affairs, St Antony’s International Review (STAIR). Led the Editorial Committee, including devising call for papers, reviewing manuscripts for publication, and co-authoring the editorial introduction for three issues. Negotiated and sustained healthy relationships with St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, and external advisors and sponsors (2005-08).

Journal advisory board

Prize committees

  • Member of IPE Distinguished Scholar Award’, International Political Economy Section, International Studies Association (ISA) (2015-18).

Research groups

  • Deputy Convenor, ‘British and Comparative Political Economy Specialist Group’, Political Studies Association (2020-).

  • Co-ordinator of the 'Neoliberalism Working Group’ of the International Initiative for the Promotion of Political Economy (IIPPE): selected papers for annual conference; organised workshops and events (2016-19).

  • Series Editor for ‘International Political Economy Group (IPEG) Papers in Global Political Economy’, British International Studies Association (BISA) (2011-15).
  • Research Officer for ‘Global Economic Governance Programme’, University of Oxford: Collaborated with Professor Ngaire Woods in managing seminars and events; provided logistical support for researchers (2006-07).

Review assessments

  • Journals: Capital & Class, Competition & Change, European Journal of International Relations, Global Policy, Global Society, International Political Sociology, International Studies Perspectives, International Theory, Journal of Global Security Studies, Journal of Political Ideologies, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, New Political Economy, Review of International Political Economy, Review of International Studies, Social Movement Studies, Theory and Society.

  • Book publishers: Bristol University Press, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Policy Press, Polity Press, Routledge, Stanford University Press, University of Toronto Press.

  • Funding bodies: Leverhulme Trust.


  • British International Studies Association (BISA), including the International Political Economy Group (IPEG).

  • European International Studies Association (EISA).

  • International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE).

  • International Studies Association (ISA), including the International Political Economy (IPE) section and the International Political Sociology (IPS) section.

  • Political Studies Association (PSA), including the British and Comparative Political Economy group.

  • Senior Common Room Member at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.

  • Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE).

Workplace service (SOAS University of London 2013-)

  • Programme Convenor for BSc Politics, Philosophy and Economics (2021-).

  • Department Political Economy Seminar Series Co-Convenor (2021-).  

  • Director of Doctoral Studies (Politics) (2019-22).

  • Research Committee Member (Politics) (2019-).

  • ESRC UCL, Bloomsbury and East London Doctoral Training Partnership (UBEL) Selection Committee Member (Politics) (2019-22).

  • AHRC Consortium of the Humanities and the Arts South-east England (CHASE) Doctoral Training Partnership Selection Committee Member (Politics) (2019-22).

  • Interview selection panel committee member (2019-20).

  • Undergraduate Admissions Tutor (Politics) (2016-19).

  • Teaching and Learning Committee Member (Politics) (2018-19).

  • Politics Department Seminar Series Co-ordinator (2016-19).

  • Undergraduate Year 3 Tutor (2013-16).

Workplace service (University of Exeter, 2011-13)

  • Director of Doctoral Supervision (Politics) (2011-13).

  • Postgraduate Degree Co-ordinator (Politics) (2012-13).

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