I teach in the areas of Chinese politics and economy; East Asian regionalism and security; Global Value Chains; Science Technology & Society; Complexity Theory; Global Politics; Comparative Politics; Economic and Political Development and Comparative and International Political Economy.

Here is a list of the courses I teach:



Technologies in Society: Power, Politics and Economy Across Technological Revolutions

Contemporary China: Politics, Economy and Society

The International Relations of East Asia

Asian Development: Industrialization beyond the West

Interconnectivity, Technology and Power 


Wealth and Power among Nations: the Political Economy of  Development

Global Value Chains: Power, Governance and Development from Commodities to High-Tech

Emergence and Complexity Theory: Unifying Social Theories

Varieties of Capitalism

Introduction to Global Politics 

Development Politics

Dictatorship and Its Discontents

Political Science Research Methods