I am a senior lecturer in International Business. I completed my PhD in Management at King's College London (2014). I hold an MA in European Studies from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium (2001), a BA in Marketing and International Management from Avans School of International Studies, The Netherlands (2000) and a BA in Economics from the College of Management and Business Studies, Hungary (1999).
I am the Programme Leader of the BA (Hons) Business with Law and
Strategic Programme Leader of the BA (Hons) International Business programmes at the Department of International Business and Economics at Greenwich University.
In my research I investigate state-firm relations and corporate lobbying in the European Union from the perspective of comparative capitalism. My research interests include: corporate lobbying and public affairs management, multinational’s lobbying in different institutional contexts, the impacts of Brexit on firms, Europeanization and non-market strategies.
Before joining academia I worked as a public affairs consultant, specialising on EU-affairs. I currently provide consultancy with a special expertise in: public policy strategy, analysing policy developments and impact, EU funding management, evaluation of EU-funded programmes, and being a country expert in pan-European research projects.