Assistant Professor of International Political Economy
I work primarily within the disciplines of international political economy and economic sociology with research interests in global financial governance, Chinese political economy, and the evolving nature of power in the global economy.
I currently hold an ESRC Future Research Leaders Fellowship, entitled ‘Reshaping Global Capital: The Politics of Uncertainty in China’s Financial Transnationalization’. This project examines the shifting nature of political and economy power within global finance exploring how the functional and technocratic demands of managing and regulating increasing complexity and systemic interdependence within the global financial system are interacting with the distinctly political implications of China's illiberal yet highly capitalist mode of financial governance.
You can find out more about my current activities at www.juliangruin.com.