Scholar. My research draws on philosophical inquiry, sociological analysis, and  organisational theories; and relies on empirical studies of sociocultural, socioecological and socioeconomic transitions. I study, for example, how circular economy entrepreneurs as influential actors in the ecosystem of the linear-to-circular transition, create paradoxes between existing and emerging orders of worth.

I integrate both practical lines of questioning from my experience as a sustainability manager, and my theoretical backgrounds in development economics and political thought (King’s College London), sustainability strategy (University of Cambridge), and management (École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris, Panthéon Sorbonne I). Broader research interests include capital formation, organisational paradox theory and cultural economics.

Prior and current teaching appointments include postgraduate and undergraduate modules in strategy, business ethics, and sustainability management. Industry experience covers six years of sustainability roles in tech, luxury retail, metals & mining, and nonprofit organisations. Writing collaborations have involved business media, think tanks, and advocacy groups.