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Institutions and organisations Public Policy Political Economy Political economy and international political economy
Miles Kellerman is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford. His current research focuses on the regulation of cross-border financial misconduct, including money laundering and market manipulation. He also works on issues of algorithmic and high-frequency trading; market microstructure; and international financial institutions.
Prior to the Doctorate, Miles worked at a London-based consultancy specializing in regulatory advice and financial crime investigations. He holds a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) in International Relations from St. John's College, University of Oxford, and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- (2019) with Daniel Marcus. "The FX Race to Zero: Electronification and Market Structural Issues in Foreign Exchange Trading." Global Algorithmic Capital Markets: High Frequency Trading, Dark Pools, and Regulatory Challenges (Ed. Walter Mattli). Oxford University Press.
- (2018). "The Proliferation of Multilateral Development Banks." The Review of International Organizations.
- Related Letter to the Editor in the Financial Times (December 2018)
- (2015) with Ngaire Woods, Shubhra Saxena Kabra, Nina Hall, Yulia Taranova and Hugo Batten. "Effective Leadership in International Organizations." The World Economic Forum.
Works in Progress
- (Forthcoming) with Walter Mattli. "Changing Capital Market Structure and Regulatory Challenges: Trends in Equity and Foreign Exchange Markets." The Oxford Handbook on Institutions of International Economic Governance and Market Regulation (Eds. Eric Brousseau, Jean Michel Glachant and Jérôme Sgard). Oxford University Press.
- (Revise & Resubmit stage). "Power and the Panopticon: The Political Economy of National Trade Surveillance Systems."