Junior Research Fellow
Anna Guildea is currently a Yenching Scholar at Peking University completing a Master’s degree in Politics and International Relations. She previously received a Master’s degree in International Political Economy as a SPIRE Scholar at University College Dublin and a Bachelor’s degree in International Development from Maynooth University. She has spent time as a visiting scholar at Beijing Normal University under the Irish Universities Association’s China scholarship.
Her research interests include the political economy of anti-globalist populism and economic nationalism, the welfare state, and international trade and investment.
Anna has previously worked as a Research Assistant at the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE), a think-tank based in Brussels, at the Adapt Centre based in Trinity College Dublin focusing on the role of gender in digital technology innovation. She also held an internship at the Taihe Institute, a policy think-tank based in Beijing focusing on China’s sustainable development.