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Clearing 2017 via Kingston University
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Economics BSc(Hons): Who teaches this course

Staff teaching on this course

Professor Engelbert Stockhammer

Engelbert Stockhammer is professor of economics. His research areas include macroeconomics, applied econometrics, financial systems and heterodox economics. He has worked extensively on the determinants of European unemployment, the demand effects of changes in income distribution and the macroeconomics effects of financialisation.

He has published numerous articles in international peer-refereed journals including the Cambridge Journal of Economics, the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, and the Review of Radical Political Economics. His books include The rise of unemployment in Europe (Edward Elgar, 2004). Macroeconomic policy on shaky foundations. Whither mainstream economics? (with E. Hein and T. Niechoj; Metropolis 2009).

Engelbert is also research associate at the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (PERI) and member of the coordination committee of the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policy (FMM). He has worked with NGOs like ATTAC and has done research for the Austrian Chamber of Labour and the ILO.


Vince Daly

Vince Daly is a professor in the School of Economics and teaches the Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasting module. Specialist subjects include computing for economics, applied econometrics and macroeconometrics. Research interests include applied econometrics and macroeconometrics.


Dr Julian Wells

Dr Julian Wells is director of studies. He worked as a journalist before taking his economics degree. Julian's research is in the new field of probabilistic political economy ('conophysics'), in particular in the statistical distribution of company profit rates.


Professor Steve Keen

Steve is an expert on modelling economic instability, and was one of the few economists to warn of the 2008 financial crisis before it happened. His best known academic work is the book Debunking Economics, which explains why the foundations of mainstream economics is unsound. He has over 70 academic publications on topics ranging from complex systems modelling to Islamic Finance and the history of economic thought, and developed the free Open Source modelling program Minsky.


Dr Rex McKenzie

Dr Rex McKenzie earned his PhD from the New School for Social Research in New York. He has held lecturer, assistant professor and senior researcher posts in Jamaica, the USA and South Africa. His main research interest is in the area of international political economy. He is the editor of the World Economic Review-Contemporary Policy Issues and a volume on The Global South after the Crisis published in July 2016.


Dr Ewa Karwowski

Dr. Karwowski's research focuses on finance and development, financialisation, financial stability, Islamic Banking and Kaleckian economics. She has worked as economic consultant for international organisations including the ILO, UNDESA, and the OECD. During her ODI fellowship, she worked for the National Treasury, South Africa. Ewa is on the board of the post-Keynesian Study Group (PKSG), the communications officer of the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE) and member of the New Economics Foundation's (NEF) Spokespersons Network.


Dr Jalal Siddiki

Dr Jalal Siddiki joined the teaching staff after completing his PhD at Kingston. His doctoral research topic was financial liberalisation and, with Paul Auerbach, he has written a survey of this topic in the Journal of Economic Surveys. Jalal teaches macroeconomics and econometrics.

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