— Subverting the idea(l) of equal opportunity in global trade: The paradoxes of differentiation for peripheral states, Polish Political Science Yearbook 48, no. 2 (2019), pp. 245–266.
— EU as principal-orchestrator: Horizontal policy externalisation through intermediaries, Global Politics Review 5, no. 1 & 2 (2019), pp. 67–91.
— Diffusing trade and investment policy preferences through transnational commercial networks in Southeast Asia, Central European University, MA thesis, June 2016, supervised by Dr Youngmi Kim.
— Erik Martinez Kuhonta, The Institutional Imperative: The Politics of Equitable Development in Southeast Asia, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011, 368 pp., Romanian Journal of Sociological Studies, no. 1 (2016), pp. 93–95.
— White paper: EU business in the Philippines: Supporting sustainable and inclusive economic growth, EU-Philippines Business Network, May 2015 (co-authored with Henry Schumacher, Lauren Skarkou, and Sophia Ordoña in consultation with European and Philippine public-private stakeholders)
— Policy paper: ECCP Business Position Papers 2013–2014: Trade & Investment Issues and Recommendations in support of a Competitive Economy in the Philippines, European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, March 2014 (co-authored with Henry Schumacher)
Manuscripts in progress:
— Unmasking Duterte’s parallax discourse on Philippine development: A postcolonial critique
— Duterte’s other war: Defeating governance deficits in Philippine blue ecotourism?
— Authoritarians trapped in neoliberal structures: The political economy of Dutertismo
— Labour as foreign policy: How a developing nation mythologised overseas workers as ‘bagong bayani’