I’m currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics. My research within International Relations and International Political Economy focuses on the politics of linking foreign economic policy to national security; the effects of shocks on globalization and governance; and North-South issues in trade and immigration. I am working on a book manuscript, Against Business as Usual: Power and Economic Interdependence in the Shadow of Emergencies, which examines different outcomes of state efforts to manipulate transnational flows of money, goods, and people after security crises. I received my Ph.D. in Politics from Princeton University (2012) and B.A. from Duke University.
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