I have been an Assistant Professor at the Ivey Business School since 2015. I belong to the ‘Managerial Accounting and Control’, ‘Sustainability’ and ‘General Management’ groups – a cross-disciplinary appointment that reflects my research and teaching. I aim to push the boundaries of knowledge and practice by investigating how the fashioning of new devices and/or collective actions can help transform markets towards sustainability. Over the past years, I have studied the emergence of responsible investing, conservation finance, impact assessment, integrated reporting, and alternative currencies.

I am currently working on the rise of financial technologies and their impacts on society and the development of Indigenous forms of business and accounting that accommodate the spiritual and cultural beliefs of Aboriginal communities. An ethnographer, I enjoy doing field research and sharing my experience with students and practitioners. My last book, co-authored with a renowned team of social scientists of finance, is available at the Oxford University Press, Chains of Finance: How Investment Management is Shaped.