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 International Economic Governance and Market Regulation (Eds. Eric Brousseau, Jean Michel Glachant and Jérôme Sgard). Oxford University Press.