CV

Rasmus Corlin Christensen

Education:

2016-2020: PhD, International Political Economy, Copenhagen Business School. Supervisors: Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan.

2018: Visiting Fellow, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge.

2012-2015: MSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

2008-2011: BSc in International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

Employment:

2021-: Postdoc, Copenhagen Business School

2020: Research Associate, International Centre for Tax and Development.

2016-2020: PhD Fellow, Copenhagen Business School.

2015-2016: Senior Consultant, KPMG.

2011-2013: Policy Officer, Danish Ministry of Finance.

Publications:

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Teaching:

(2020-2021) Organizing World Markets, MSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

(2019) Theories of International Law and Politics, MSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

(2019) Master Thesis Lectures 2019, MSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

(2018-2019) Topics in International Political Economy, MSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

(2017) International Political Economy, MSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

(2017) International Political Economy, BSc International Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School.

Research funding:

(2021-2024) Time Mirror: Accounting for the Green Transition, Independent Research Fund Denmark.

(2016-2019) Combatting Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators (COFFERS), European
Union Horizon 2020.

Honors, awards, appointments:

(2020) TaxCOOP 35 Leaders of the Future 2020

(2019) Top 50 most followed Copenhagen scientists on social media

(2019) Top 100 Must-Follow Tax Twitter Accounts For 2019, Forbes.

(2018) Economia50, voted top 50 most influential source of finance news and information in social media by Economia.

(2018) Early Career Scholarship, Annual Conference 2018, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics.

(2018) Visiting Fellowship, University of Cambridge, Department of Politics and International Studies.

(2017) Global Tax 50 2017, International Tax Review’s list of influential individuals and organisations in the tax world.

(2017) Otto Mønsted Foundation Grant for International Education Experience.

(2017) Augustinus Foundation Grant for International Education Experience.

(2017) Economia50, voted top 50 most influential source of finance news and information in social media by Economia.

(2016-) PhD Fellowship from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727145, titled ‘Combating Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators’ (COFFERS).

(2014) Graduation with distinction, Manchester Business School.

(2014) Danish Society for Education and Business Grant for International Education Experience.

(2014) Otto Mønsted Foundation Grant for International Education Experience.

(2011) President’s List for Academic Excellence, Bentley University.

Invited presentations (selected):

(2018) Professional Closure and Corporate Niches in the World Economy, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris.

(2018) The Micropolitics of International Tax Reform, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Hamburg.

(2018) Professionalisation and Global Institutions: The Case of Transfer Pricing, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics Annual Conference, Kyoto.

(2018) How professions and global standards co-evolve, International Studies Association Annual Convention 2018, San Francisco.

(2018) Tax havens and international tax politics, Danish Central Bank, Copenhagen.

(2018) Tax havens, the EU and international tax politics, Danish Parliament’s Europe committee, Copenhagen.

(2017) Elite Networks in Transnational Tax Governance, Networks in Finance, Copenhagen Business School.

(2017) Professional Misconduct in Global Wealth Chains, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics Annual Conference, Lyon.

(2017) New Players, New Game: The role of the public and political debate in the development of action on international tax issues (with Maya Forstater), European Tax Policy Forum and the Institute for Fiscal Studies Annual Conference, London.

(2016) Global Wealth Chains and Professional Competition, Networks in Finance, Manchester Business School, Manchester.

Professional activities:

Peer reviewer for the American Sociological Review, British Tax Review, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, International Political Sociology, Nordic Journal on Law and Society, Regulation & Governance, and Review of International Political Economy.

PhD representative at the Steering Committee of the 

Media:

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