I am a political economist at the Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), and a reseach associate at the International Centre for Tax and Development. I hold a PhD degree in international political economy from CBS. Previously, I worked for KPMG and the Ministry of Finance in Denmark.
My research looks at processes of change in the politics and professional practice of international taxation. My aim is to strengthen our understanding of the microfoundations of global economic and fiscal governance and its transformations.
My PhD project combined insights from International Political Economy on global political-economic orders and from Sociology on micro-social struggles over power and authority to study the dynamic processes enabling and governing change in international taxation. The empirical cases focused on the global tax politics, the transnational field of corporate taxation, expert policymaking, and the professional practice of transfer pricing. The project was part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 Framework Program COFFERS, a collaboration of 10 universities and civil society organisations across Europe.