Dr. Andreas Nölke has published widely on topics such as financialization, transnational private self-regulation, the International Accounting Standards Board and the nature of capitalism in emerging economies, in journals such as the Review of International Political Economy, World Politics and the Journal of Common Market Studies. In addition to his current assignment as Professor of Political Science at Goethe University, he is working for the Amsterdam Research Centre for International Political Economy/ARCIPE. Andreas obtained his Master’s degree in Public Administration at the University of Konstanz and he earned his doctorate in Political Science at the same university. Before joining Goethe University, he has taught at the universities of Konstanz, Leipzig, Amsterdam and Utrecht. Andreas also served as consultant in the field of development cooperation, mainly for the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), but also for the European Commission and the World Bank.