Gary Robinson is a PhD Researcher working on the FINWEBS project (INTER/FWO/16/11312037/FinWebs) which explores the role of agency in interconnecting international financial centers. Within this project, Gary's PhD research looks at FinTech innovations and financial markets infrastructure, specifically blockchain-based 'disruption' of international payments.
Gary completed a BA at the Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland) before graduating from the University of Sussex (UK) with an MA in Global Political Economy. He has previously worked as Assistant Professor in the International College at the University of Suwon (South Korea), as Academic Technologist in the Politics and International Studies (PAIS) dept at the University of Warwick (UK), and had a prior career in the IT sector.
Stabilising an unstable industry: The role of agency in interconnecting international financial centres (FINWEBS)
ROBINSON Gary. Pragmatic Financialisation: the role of the Japanese Post Office. New Political Economy, vol. 22, n°1, pp. 61-75.