Ulrika Mörth, Deputy Director of Stockholm University Graduate School of International Studies and professor of Political Science, particularly European Politics. She also has basic judicial training in Law, Faculty of Law at Stockholm University. Professor Mörth has been research director and chairman at Score (Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research) and head of the Department of Political Science. She has been visiting scholar at the University of California – Berkeley and at CEPS (Centre for European policy Studies) in Brussels. Professor Mörth holds several positions on research boards, such as the SRC (Stockholm Resilience Centre), The Institute of International Economy at Stockholm University and at SCAS (Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study).  Her current research profile concerns transnational public and private governance and regulation. She is a member of the steering group of TRANSDEMOS (Transnational Actors and Global Governance), a research programme financed by Riksbankens jubileumsfond. She is also part of a research project on Private actors and accountable actorhood in risk-based anti-money laundering at the Stockholm School of Economics. Recent publications include the co-edited volumes Securitization, Accountability and Risk Management (2012, Routledge) and The Political Role of Corporate Citizens (forthcoming, Palgrave).