Anahí Wiedenbrüg is a Leverhulme Fellow at the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford. Working at the intersections of political theory and political economy, her work focuses on drawing out the normative implications and socio-political impact of developments in the international financial architecture since the breakdown of the post-war system. Her applied research on sovereign debt and her theoretical work on responsibility of individual actors for complex social process has been published in leading journals.

Outside of academia, Dr Wiedenbrüg has extensive experience in working in multilateral forums, having worked as an advisor to the Economic and Social Council of the UN, the European Commission, and the Argentine Ministry of the Economy. Dr Wiedenbrüg has also represented Argentina in the G20’s finance track on topics including the reform of the international architecture for sovereign debt restructuring, the enhancement of the Global Financial Safety Net, and development finance.

Dr Wiedenbrüg holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and a MPhil from the University of Oxford.