I am interested in the study of banking markets and the rise of sustainable and socially conscious investing. For my DPhil I am to research on the role of financial lobbying in policymaking, especially in regard to the formulation of greener and more ethical banking regulations in Europe. I aim to provide compelling findings for the development of a sound and dynamic financial sector.
Prior to joining the Blavatnik School of Government, I completed an MPhil with Distinction at Oxford University's Department of Politics and International Relations. I also hold a First Class degree in political sciences from King's College London and Sciences Po Paris, during which I spent a semester at Berkeley University, CA. I have worked in various public organisations, media outlets and research institutes. I also contributed to several academic projects led by King's College London and the University of Oxford, notably related to the political economy of finance. I speak French, Greek and English and I am a keen runner and swimmer.