Welcome! My research within International Political Economy concerns the rise and fall of economic-security linkages; North-South trade and migration; and global efforts to curb illicit financial flows. I am working on a book manuscript, Against Business as Usual: Foreign Economic Relations in the Shadow of Emergency Powers, which examines the conflicts that emerge when governments seek extraordinary control over cross-border flows of money, goods, and people. I received my Ph.D. in Politics from Princeton University (2012) and B.A. from Duke University. From 2012-2014, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics. Here’s my CV.