I teach courses in political economy, international business and emerging markets.

I apply the case method in the classroom, a Socratic approach to teaching that encourages critical thinking through the rigorous debate of ideas and their practical applications. I have written several Harvard Business School cases that are taught across different degree programs.

I supervise doctoral students on topics related to political economy, international business and development. To learn more about doctoral studies at Saïd Business School, including how to apply, please visit the DPhil Program in Management Studies.

I co-lead Oxford Reach (with Prof. Maya Tudor, Blavatnik School of Government), an experiential learning program in partnership with the Reach Alliance at the University of Toronto. Oxford Reach provides current MBA and MPP students the opportunity to learn research skills and develop case studies aimed at addressing the “last-mile” challenges of service delivery in developing countries, in collaboration with local partner organizations.


  • Global Rules of the Game (Executive MBA)
  • Business in Emerging Markets (Executive EMBA)
  • Global Strategy (MBA)
  • Political Economy Field Seminar (DPhil)
  • Globalal Strategy and Innovation (Diploma programs)