Subverting the idea(l) of equal opportunity in global trade: The paradoxes of differentiation for peripheral statesPolish Political Science Yearbook 48, no. 2 (2019), pp. 245–266.

EU as principal-orchestrator: Horizontal policy externalisation through intermediariesGlobal 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’