Johannes Petry is IRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the SCRIPTS Cluster of Excellence in Berlin and a Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, University of Warwick. Previously, he was an ESRC Doctoral Researcher in International Political Economy at Warwick’s Department of Politics and International Studies. His research focuses on the differential development and organisation of capital markets as well as the role financial infrastructures such as exchanges, index providers or clearing houses play in global finance. Thereby, he compares the organisation and development of capital markets in China with ‘global’ capital markets as well as on the gradual integration of Chinese markets into global finance and their increasing internationalisation. He is a co-founder of the Warwick Critical Finance Group and a Management Committee member of the ‘China in Europe‘ COST-Action Research Network. Johannes Petry is the Principal Investigator (PI) of this research project.
Kai Koddenbrock is a Senior Researcher (Dr. habil) in International Relations and International Political Economy at Goethe-University Frankfurt. He is working on finance, coloniality and the history and present of global capitalism with a focus on the Global South. From 2018-2020 he was acting professor for International Political Studies at the University of Witten-Herdecke. Research stays took him to Columbia University, Sciences Po Paris, the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and the University of Sussex. He is one of the speakers of the International Relations Section of the German Political Science Association and coordinates the DFG network “Politics of money” together with Benjamin Braun.
Andreas Nölke is a (Full) Professor of Political Science, in particular International Relations and International Political Economy, at Goethe University Frankfurt and heads a research group at the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE. Before joining Goethe University, he has taught at the universities of Konstanz, Leipzig, Amsterdam and Utrecht. His main research areas are at the intersection of comparative and international political economy, including the political economy of emerging economies, the political dimensions of financialization, the institutions of the German export model, the politics of European economic (dis-)integration and the political economy of populism.
Robin Jaspert is currently enrolled in the Economic Sociology master-programme at Goethe University Frankfurt, where he previously attained a bachelor’s in Political Sciences and Anthropology with a focus on the Political Economy of Financial Markets. Since 2018 he is working as a research assistant in International Relations and International Political Economy at Goethe and is currently teaching at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. His fields of interest are the changing nature in the financing of fossil fuels, power structures in the international financial system as well as sovereign debt.