Nana de Graaff is Associate Professor in International Relations at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
She is chair of the EU-COST China in Europe Research Network https://china-in-europe.net. De Graaff also serves as an Executive Council Member of SASE (Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics).
American corporate and political elite networks and their impact on US foreign policy, the political economy and elite networks of the oil industry, and state-capitalism. De Graaff is co-editor of the RIPE Global Political Economy Series (Routledge) and International Advisory Board member of International Affairs (Oxford University Press/Chatham House).
Nana de Graaff is involved as a co-investigator of the project JRT02 “Clash or Convergence of Capitalism: Property Conflicts over Chinese Direct Investment in Germany and the EU”.