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I am a PhD candidate in the School of Government and International Relations, at the University of Sydney, Australia.  My research is in the field of international political economy focusing on globalisation, public versus private governance and business-state relations as it relates to the global financial architecture.  


Specifically, I am exploring the role of digital exchange, and how this interacts with existing structures of international financial payment frameworks.  The research is investigating changes in the way money is created, how it moves, how it is stored and who is participating.  Most importantly, it is about who ‘governs’ and how do they ‘govern’.  This is important to understand the scale, scope, and velocity in how structures of financial power are either being maintained or shifted, and the degree to which governance structures are adapting.  


These changes are critical against the backdrop of increasing geopolitical tensions between America, China, the European Union, and Russia.

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