About me

I am a PhD student in the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship at the Imperial College Business School. I joined Imperial in 2019. Prior to this, I studied at at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago. I also gained valuable professional experience working at Ernst & Young (EY) in Chicago.

Research Interests

My research focuses on the intersection of new forms of organizing and decentralized governance. Empirically, my work focuses on how social and algorithmic mechanisms enable decentralized communities (e.g., Decentralized Autonomous Organizations or DAOs) to develop and adapt their governance. Methodologically, my work combines a grounded theory approach with AI-based analysis tools (e.g., BERTopic). Overall, my research aims to advance theory on the dynamics enabling organizational design in the digital age.

More from the past

Sharing Knowledge and Resources

I have curated various X (formerly Twitter) lists focused on management research, DAOs, and AI research, which provide valuable insights and updates from experts in these fields.

Writing in markdown helps me focus on the writing rather than organizing and formatting. Check out my post on “Streamlining Academic Writing and Citation Management: The Case for a Markdown-centric Approach to Academic Writing (MaCAW)

I have also created and adapted a collection of themes, scripts, templates for Zotero, Marked 2, Deckset, and more.