Welcome to my website.

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Political Science Department at the National University of Singapore. My research focuses broadly on the relationship between market and social stability. This includes the impact of globalization on nation-states, neoliberalism as a hegemonic discourse, state-business relationship, and populist nationalism.

Here you can find the details of my research, teaching, and my current C.V.

I believe in engaged scholarship. Analytic research ought to be combined with community service broadly defined.

My interests outside academia are martial arts, travels, cycling, and music. I share these experiences – interpreted from a social scientific perspective – in the “Blog” section.

Quote of the month:

The challenge of modernity is to live without illusions and without becoming disillusioned. – Antonio Gramsci