My research focuses on international and comparative political economy and more specifically, responses to financial crises, the politics of financial crisis, and the politics of economic adjustment.
Currently, I am working on my dissertation, titled The Good Student, the Bad Student, and the Celtic Tiger: National Identity and Responses to the Troika in Europe, which I will defend in the Spring of 2020.
Other research projects include articles about Ireland and Portugal’s response to their economic adjustment programs. The article about Portugal is titled, Reforming Stagnation: The ‘Good Student’ and Portuguese Responses to the Troika. The article about Ireland is titled Recovering the Celtic Tiger: Irish Responses to the Troika.