I research in the fields of corporate governance, comparative company law, law and economics, law and finance, law and technology, takeover regulation, business ethics and labour law.
At present, I am working on a number of projects in ESG investing / sustainable finance / climate change and law and technology / fintech / AI.
My doctoral thesis involves the study of shareholder activism and takeovers, with a particular emphasis on hedge fund activist board representation.
My recent publications include: The New Hedge Fund Activism: Activist Directors and the Market for Corporate Quasi-Control’ 19(1) Journal of Corporate Law Studies 1-41 (2019) and ‘Goldilocks (Control) and the Three Bears: Panel on Takeovers and Mergers v King‘ published online in the European Business Organization Law Review.
I also have a co-authored piece forthcoming in the March 2020 edition of the Cambridge Law Journal and recently co-authored an analysis piece in the Edinburgh Law Review.
I have authored several Oxford Business Law Blog posts, including most recently A COVID-19 Index Fund-The New Fearless Girl?
I am an academic member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI).