I was born in 1980 in Athens, Greece. I read economics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where I also did some graduate work. I subsequently migrated to political philosophy, eventually completing a doctorate at Oxford, where I was supervised by G.A. Cohen.

I am currently associate professor in practical philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Before that, I taught at Leiden, UC Louvain, KU Leuven, and Cambridge, where I was also Director of Studies in Philosophy at Jesus College and Trinity Hall.

I have held fellowships at Princeton University‘s Center for Human Values (2015-16, as a Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Fellow) and at the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Study (2018-19, as a EURIAS/COFUND Fellow).

Since 2017 I have been an associate editor of the Review of Social Economy and, from 2019, PI for the Inequality against Freedom project.