I am a political theorist. My research focuses on international trade, international assistance, global justice, economic justice, and responsibility in non-ideal circumstances.

I received my PhD in 2012 from the Princeton Politics Department, with a primary specialization in political theory and a secondary specialization in international relations. During the 2012-2013 academic year, I was a Research Fellow with “Justitia Amplificata: Rethinking Justice – Applied and Global” at Goethe University Frankfurt. From September 2013 to January 2017, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Government at the London School of Economics, where I taught on the Global Politics MSc and the Political Theory MSc programmes. I was Visiting Assistant Professor in Politics and Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong for the Spring term of 2017, and then I taught at the Exeter College Summer programme at Oxford as Lecturer in Law and Philosophy. In 2019, I was a Teaching Fellow in Global Ethics and International Justice Theory in the Department of Political Science at UCL. Currently I am a Research Associate for the American Political Science Review editorial team and Guest Teacher in the Department of Government at the LSE.

Please see my other pages for details on my monograph in progress, “Fair Trade: The Responsibilities of Consumers, Corporations, and States,” and on my other research projects.