Dorottya Sallai is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She completed her doctoral research in Management and Public Policy at King’s College London. Her study on the Europeanization of corporate lobbying in the enlarged European Union has been published in the Journal of Common Market Studies. Her subsequent work investigates state-firm relations, corporate political activity, and multinational companies’ political strategies in emerging market contexts. Currently she is interested in how the growing role of the state affects businesses, especially the impacts of uncertainty, populism and authoritarian regimes on multinational and domestic firm strategies. Before joining LSE, she worked as a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader of the BA (Hons) Business with Law and the BA (Hons) International Business programmes at the University of Greenwich. She is the Founding Chair of SASE’s Women and Gender Forum.