Lucinda is a Fellow in International Political Economy (IPE) in the International Relations Department at LSE.
Lucinda’s current research examines the role of non-state actor stakeholders and their interest groups in the international corporate taxation standards-setting processes in the post-2008 era. Her work looks at the participatory efforts of stakeholders in these policy processes and explores how the broader contextual and institutional conditions surrounding these processes shape the dynamic between transnationally active stakeholder interest groups and policymakers.
Lucinda’s research focuses primarily on OECD and the EU institutional contexts.
Prior to joining LSE, Lucinda obtained her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at Monash University in Melbourne, and her MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford, where she was a Clarendon Scholar. She is also completing her DPhil in International Relations at the University of Oxford.
In 2020/21, and 2022, Lucinda was a visiting PhD researcher at Freie Universität Berlin’s Center for International and Comparative Political Economy.
In the 2022/23 academic year, Lucinda will teach on the IR453 Global Business and International Relations course and the IR206 International Political Economy course.
Not available to supervise MPhil/PhD students.