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Eleni Tsingou is a Professor MSO in International Political Economy and study transnational governance, with a recurrent focus on financial governance and the role of expert networks. Empirically, she currently works on financial policy networks, and on compliance practices and anti-money laundering. I am also developing work on how different expert networks contribute to market emergence and cross-border governance in reproductive health provision.
She's co-principal investigator of a grant funded by the Velux foundation on ‘Expert Niches: How Local Networks Leverage Markets’ (2019-2022). Other recent work has been supported by the Norwegian Research Council and the Horizon 2020 programme.
At CBS, I am on the study board of the Sociology and Business Administration BSc programme. She's also a mentor and supervisor to Assistant Professors as part of the Higher Education Teaching Excellence Programme.

I am an Editor of Socio-Economic Review and serve on the International Advisory Board of the Review of International Political Economy. She is also a convenor of the network on ‘Regulation and Governance’ of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics.
Professor Tsingou was also one of the supervisor in thee GEM-STONES program which preceded the GEM-DIAMOND one.