I am a PhD Student at the Tilburg Law and Economics Centre (TILEC), Department of Law, Technology, Markets, and Society (LTMS), Tilburg Law School (TLS).
I'm part of a research effort on the origins, and evolution of rule-making (standard-setting) by private and hybrid bodies in goods/ manufacturing, taking into account exogenous shocks such as crisis events. This research is conducted within the framework of 'The Resilience and Evolution of Economic Activism and the Role of Law' (REVEAL) project led by Prof. Delimatsis, and with Prof. Partiti, Prof. Bijlmakers, and Prof. Borowicz. My PhD study is on the genesis, evolution and resilience of European standard-setting bodies in the ICT domain.
After completing my undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering, I worked on the development and application of advanced composites for aerospace applications for 5 years. I, then, pursued the Masters in Regulatory Governance programme at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. For the next 3 years and prior to joining TILEC, I worked for an academia based research center, a development consultancy firm and a project consultancy firm (transaction advisory services).
Mechanical engineering, Bachelor’s Degree