My research focuses on the political economy of climate change, and in particular, how new rules, policies, and institutions are created to govern the environmental impact of markets across borders.
My dissertation research delves more specifically into sustainable finance and the increasingly dense lattice of initiatives, public-private partnerships, and efforts to orchestrate markets. I examine why pension funds, asset managers, banks, and insurance companies join these efforts and what the extensive uptake of net zero targets, climate disclosure, and other practices mean for financial markets, global environmental governance, and public policy in contexts like the European Union.
Other projects have touched on topics ranging from fossil fuel subsidies to emissions trading. Here you can find out more about my:
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Or find a summary list of published work on my Google Scholar profile.