Lecturer in International Management and Innovation, Loughborough University

I joined Loughborough School of Business and Economics in 2015 where I teach the MBA module on International Management.

My research agenda deals with innovation management in the financial sector. I focus primarily on product and process development in derivatives markets.

Furthermore, I am interested in broader questions concerning the impact of financial innovation on state institutions and non-financial companies.

I am currently working on a project which is provisionally entitled Financialization of the State. In this study, I examine how governments use financial innovation as a tool of statecraft.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    Lecturer in International Management and Innovation, Loughborough University

Publications

  • 2016
    Derivatives and the financialisation of the Italian state, New Political Economy
  • 2015
    Italian municipalities and the politics of financial derivatives: Rethinking the Foucauldian perspective, Competition & Change