Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow

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Alexandra Zeitz is a pre-doctoral research fellow at GEG and a DPhil candidate in the Department of Politics and International Relations. Her research examines the changing dynamics of international aid relations, with a particular focus on relations between African countries and China. Alexandra was previously a Research Officer at GEG, researching aid and financial regulations. 

She holds an MPhil in International Relations from Oxford, has worked as a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme and as a researcher at the Icelandic Mission to the United Nations. She also holds a B.A. (Hons) in Politics, Psychology and Sociology from the University of Cambridge.

Find out more on Alexa's personal website.

Money in different currencies
New paper from Emily Jones and Alexa Zeitz
GEG WP 2019/141 Financial convergence in the financial periphery: How interdependence shapes regulators’ decisions
Associate Professor Emily Jones, Director
Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
Working papers
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Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: “We Are Safer, But Not As Safe As We Should and Could Be”
Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
Jure Jeric, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
Op-eds
The Limits of Globalizing Basel Banking Standards
Associate Professor Emily Jones, Director
Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
Journal articles
Angola’s Financial Sector: A Roundtable Report
Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
Associate Professor Emily Jones, Director
Other
GEG WP 2015/104 A New Politics of Aid? The Changing International Political Economy of Development Assistance: The Ghanaian Case
Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
Working papers
Conference memo: African Priorities in the New Climate Governance (2015)
Alexandra Zeitz, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow
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