University Academic Awards






Phillip Anthony O'Hara

Curriculum Vitae

(Current as at 20 December 2010)

http://pohara.homestead.com/files/cv.doc

http://pohara.homestead.com/files/cv.pdf

University Academic Awards
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PhD(Economics), Department of Economics, University of Newcastle University Academic Awards, New South Wales, Australia (1992) [PhD Thesis given Special Commendation’ from the Dean of Economics Department due to Outstanding Examiners’ Reports on thesis: “Brilliant” (Daniel Fusfeld) & “First Rate” (Ron Stanfield)]


BA(Economics)(Honours) Murdoch University, Western University Academic Awards Australia (1979) [Thesis component evaluated by Professor G.C. Harcourt who gave it a ‘First Class’; as did the other 2 examiners]


^ BA(Social Science) Double major in Economics; also a University Academic Awards major in Geography, Western Australian Institute of Technology (1976) [Curtin University] [Thesis component given a ‘First Class’]


Diploma of Education (Graduate Dip.) University of Western Australia (1977)


^ Positions Held

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‘Personal Chair’—Professor of Global Political Economy University Academic Awards & Governance [since 9 December 2004], Department of Economics, Curtin Business School. [Equivalent to “Distinguished University Professor” in US system]


Director, Global Political Economy Research Unit (GPERU) [since September 2000], Department of Economics, Curtin University.


Associate University Academic Awards Professor of Economics [January 1999–8 December 2004] and Department of Economics, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology. [Equivalent to “Professor” in US system]


Senior Lecturer in Economics [January 1995–December 1998], Department of Economics University Academic Awards, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology. [Equivalent to “Associate Professor” in the US system]


Lecturer in Economics [January 1988─December 1994], Department of Economics, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology. [Tenure Confirmed University Academic Awards: 8 January 1991] [Equivalent to “Assistant Professor” in US system]


Lecturer in Economics [January 1987–January 1988] School of Business & Administration, Charles Stuart University (Mitchell CAE), Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia [Tenure confirmed: 30 November 1987]


Postgraduate Research Scholar [February 1984–December University Academic Awards 1986], with a Federal Government Scholarship; also part-time Lecturer & Tutor, Department of Economics, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.


Teaching Fellow in Economics [January─December 1983], Department of Economics, University of University Academic Awards New South Wales, Australia.


Tutor in Economics [February 1980–December 1982], Department of Economics, University of Technology Sydney (Kuring-Gai CAE), Lindfield, Sydney, Australia.


Graduate Research Assistant [January 1979–February 1980], Department of Industrial Development, Western Australian University Academic Awards State Government.


^ Professional Honours & Awards

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2010. (Awarded August 2010) Refereed Journal Article of the Year Award, R&D Committee, Curtin Business School. Best article from all articles published by Business School academics. For December University Academic Awards 2009 article, Ecological Economics (journal), “Political Economy of Climate Change, Ecological Destruction and Uneven Development” [EE has SSCI of 2.44, about the same as the American Economic Review] [Plaque + $3000]


2009. (Awarded Sept 2009) Article Commendation Award University Academic Awards for one of the top 3 articles published in On the Horizon during 2008 for “Can the Principles of Heterodox Political Economy Explain its own Re-emergence and Development?”


2007 (Awarded Sept 2007) Book University Academic Awards of the Year Award, Curtin Business School, Curtin University For the book, (2006) Growth and Development in the Global Political Economy: Social Structures of Accumulation and Modes of Regulation. New York and London: Routledge University Academic Awards. [Plaque + $3000] Best book published by Business School academics.


2002 Gunnar Myrdal Award for “Book of the Year Award.” From the European Association f2or Evolutionary Political Economy [EAEPE], for Marx, Veblen and Contemporary University Academic Awards Institutional Political Economy: Principles and Unstable Dynamics of Capitalism (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, US). Awarded at EAEPE Conference, Aix-en-Province, France, November 2002. (As one of the judges said: “It is certainly University Academic Awards one of the major advance[s] in institutional economics and political economy in recent memory” – Wolfram Elsner, Newsletter of the EAEPE, July 2002) [Plaque+Artwork+EU2000]


2000. (Awarded Sept 2000) Researcher of the University Academic Awards Year. For the Curtin Business School (CBS), Curtin University, presented by the Dean of the Curtin Business School, Professor Mike Wood, 25 September 2000. Included $5,000 plus a plaque and certificate. Awarded through competitive application University Academic Awards from among the following CBS departments or schools: accountancy, banking, economics, finance, management, marketing, business law, computing and information studies. [Plaque+$5000]


1998 Clarence Ayres Visiting International Scholar Award

Awarded in Chicago, January 1998: “Presented in recognition of a University Academic Awards distinguished career which has expressed the principles of institutional economics through scholarship, applied research, service and teaching” (as stated on the plaque), and signed by the President and Executive University Academic Awards Secretary of the Association for Evolutionary Economics. To Present a Paper at the annual AFEE conference meetings in Chicago: “A Content Analysis of the Journal of Economic Issues and A Suggested Research University Academic Awards Agenda for AFEE”. (Airfare and hotel bills paid to come to Chicago to present the paper.)


1995 Article of the Year Award.

Curtin Business School, Curtin University. For the Article, "Household Labor, the Family and University Academic Awards Macroeconomic Stability of the United States 1940s-1990s", Review of Social Economy, 1995, Spring, pp. 89-122. This article was also the runner-up for the Helen Potter Award (Association for Social Economics). [Plaque+$3000]

^ Professional University Academic Awards Positions & Memberships
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Member, Scientific Committee, Coimbra Conference 2010. The Revival of Political Economy―Prospects for Sustainable Provision. Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal. 21-23 October 2010. (Contributed to Plenary Sessiion on “Revival University Academic Awards of Political Economy”)

^ Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Economic Issues, published by M.E. Sharpe Inc, New York, and produced by Association for Evolutionary Economics (Editor Richard Adkisson). 2007 to present. [Re University Academic Awards-appointed for 2nd term] (USA)

Member of Editorial Board, Review of Social Economy, refereed international journal published by Routledge (1998 to present) (Published by the Association for Social Economics) (UK)

^ Member, Scientific Board, Intervention University Academic Awards Journal of Economics (2003─present, Germany) http://www.zeitschrift-intervention.de/seiten/englisch/about_intervention.html [GPERU link]

^ Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education (2009 to present), published by Inderscience Publishers University Academic Awards, and Edited by Jack Reardon. (USA)

Member, International Editorial Board, Panoeconomicus, http:///www.panoeconomicus.rs/editorial.php#international (Serbia)

Member, International Advisory Board, Review of Indonesian Economic and Business University Academic Awards Studies. (Since April 2010) (Indonesia)

Life Member, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE) (since 1997)

^ Association for Evolutionary Economics [AFEE] (1980-Present) [Member of Editorial Board of JEI since 2007; Member of Board of Directors 1997-98; Member University Academic Awards of Veblen-Commons Committee, 1998; Member of Membership Committee 2000; Clarence Ayres Scholar 1997-98]

Member, International Association of Feminist Economists [IAFE] (1993-present)

Member, Association for Social Economists [ASE] (1993-present) [Associate Editor 2003-2006; Member of Editorial Board of RoSE University Academic Awards 1996-Present; Elected Member of Board of Trustee 2001-2002, 2004-2009]

Member, History of Economic Thought Society of Australia [HETSA] (1985-present)

^ Member, International Society for Ecological Economics [ISEE] (1998-present)

Member, American Economic Association [AEA University Academic Awards] (1998-present)

Member, Eastern Economics Association [EEA] (Life Member) (since 2001)

Distinguished Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, University of Kansas City, Missouri, 2009. (Invited by Professor Matt Forstater)

Visiting Professor, Institute for Social and University Academic Awards Institutional Economics, Bremen University, Germany, 2005. (Invited by Professor Wolfram Elsner)

Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, Loyola Marymount University, 2002. (Invited by Professor James Devine)

Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, University of California, Riverside University Academic Awards (1998-99). (Invited by Professor Victor Lippit)

^ Visiting Professor, Centre for Social Economics, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA (1995) (Invited by Professor John Davis)

Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, California State University, Fresno, USA (1995) (Invited by Professor Paul University Academic Awards Dale Bush).

^ Visiting Scholar, Science Centre, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (1995; Invited by Fariba Alipour).

Visiting Scholar, Catholic University of America, Washington DC (1991-92).

Referee for articles considered for: Review University Academic Awards of International Political Economy, African Journal of Political Science and International Relations, Journal of African Studies and Development, Policy Agenda, International Studies Quarterly, International Journal of Social Economics, Feminist Economics, Cambridge Journal University Academic Awards of Economics, History of Economics Review, Review of Social Economy, Review of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Issues, Journal of Australian Political Economy, Journal of Economic and Social Policy, Economic Record, International Journal of University Academic Awards Pluralism and Economics Education

Co-Coordinator, Government Budget Strategy Critique. The ‘114 Signatures’ of 1996. This drew three radio interviews (ABC national and Canberra radio).

^ Member, Editorial Collective, Journal of Australian Political Economy (1983) and Co University Academic Awards-organiser (with 4 others) of the 1983 Australian Political Economy Conference, Canberra, September 1983.


Conference Special Events Organised (GPERU Activities)

The Challenge of Eurocentrism: A Global Review of Political Economy, Chicago, 4 January 2007, Water Tower Room University Academic Awards, Hyatt Regency, 151 East Wacker Drive, (conference linked to ASSA activities): http://pohara.homestead.com/files/eurocentrism.pdf

^ International Conference on The Great Capitalist Restoration, Disembedded Economy and Nurturance Gap, Boston, 5 January 2006, ‘Adams A University Academic Awards’ Room, Hilton Back Bay Hotel, 40 Dalton Street (Linked to ASSA activities): http://pohara.homestead.com/files/stanfield.pdf


Radio and TV Production,

Broadcasting & Interviews

(1) Produced 10 programs of Dialectical Political Economy, radio station 6NR (August-October University Academic Awards 1977) (30 minutes once a week)

(2) Produced two programs of ^ Economics and the Community, University of Newcastle, radio station 2NUR-F, May 1984.

(3) Interviewed by producers of programmes on ABC radio on the Federal University Academic Awards Budget, 6NR on such topics as the global power, Japanese stockmarket; inflation and unemployment; and current interest rates (1989-Present)

(4) Interviewed for TV Program, Socioeconomic Development in East Timor, Channel 9, January University Academic Awards 1980. [During 1979-80 I was ‘Secretary’ (organisational head) for Friends of East Timor (FOET)]

Publications
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BOOKS and VOLUMES

1. (Editor and contributor) International Encyclopedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age. 4 vols, GPERU: Perth. 1.6 million University Academic Awards words, 255 articles. 2600 pp. approx. (2010) (150 writers):

http://pohara.homestead.com/encyclopedia/volume-1.pdf

http://pohara.homestead.com/encyclopedia/volume-2.pdf

http://pohara.homestead.com/encyclopedia/volume-3.pdf

http://pohara.homestead.com/encyclopedia/volume-4.pdf


2. Growth and Development in the University Academic Awards Global Political Economy: Social Structures of Accumulation and Modes of Regulation. London and New York: Routledge, 2006. 256 + xxi. pp. http://pohara.homestead.com/files/book4.pdf [Paperback edition 2009] (Book of the Year Award; se University Academic Awards below.)


3. (Editor) Global Political Economy and the Wealth of Nations: Performance, Institutions, Problems and Policy. London and New York: Routledge. 2004 384 + xxiv pp. Foreword by Amitava Krishna Dutt. [Paperback edition 2006]


4. Marx, Veblen, and University Academic Awards Contemporary Institutional Political Economy: Principles and Unstable Dynamics of Capitalism. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, US (2000, December), 353 pages. Foreword by William M. Dugger & James Ronald Stanfield. (Book of University Academic Awards the Year Award; see below.)


5. (Editor). Encyclopedia of Political Economy. Routledge: London and New York, 1999 [hardcover], 2001 [paperback]. 2 volumes. (1400 pages; 1,000,000 words) (including 4 Associate Editors, 10 Editorial Board members, 55 Members of the Referee Committee, 110 Subject University Academic Awards Committee members, & 235 writers). Foreword by Marc Lavioe & Steve Pressman. [Chinese translation Published 2009, 2 vols.]


6. Editor of Special Issue of History of Economics Review, June 2007. (Festschrift for Allen Oakley).


7. Editor of Special Issue University Academic Awards of Forum for Social Economics, Dec 2010. (Stanfield’s Concepts of Social and Political Economy.)


8. Economics: An Introduction to Traditional and Progressive Views. 7th Edition. Armonke, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2008. 760pp. (Written with Howard J. Sherman University Academic Awards; E.K. Hunt; Reynold F. Nesiba; and Barbara A. Wiens-Tuers.)


Books in Pipeline

Principles of Political Economy─Applied to Current World Problems. 650pp. Nearing Completion. 35 Chapters.


Long Waves, Social Structures of University Academic Awards Accumulation and Modes of Regulation: Growth, Development and Structural Crises in the Global Political Economy. Nearing Completion. 300pp.


^ ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN REFEREED

JOURNALS AND EDITED BOOKS

[Note: 20 articles in presenting/publishing pipeline in addition University Academic Awards to these; details on request]

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  1. “After Neoliberalism: A Social Structure of Accumulation or Mode of Regulation for Global or Regional Performance?”, Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 44, Number 2, June 2010, pp. 369-383. [SSCI, 0.77]
“Climate Change University Academic Awards Trends and Governance: History, Contradictions and Prospects”, in Miguel-Angel Galindo Martin (Ed), International Political Economy. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2010.

  1. “Economic Surplus, Social Reproduction, Nurturance and Love”, Forum for University Academic Awards Social Economics, December 2010.

  2. “E.L.Wheelwright’s Contribution to Political Economy: Public Scholar, Economic Power and Global Capitalism”, History of Economics Review, June 2010.

  3. “AIDS and HIV”, in P.A. O’Hara (Ed University Academic Awards), International Encyclopedia of Public Policy, Volume 1, pp. 1-12. GPERU: Perth, 2010.

  4. (Ф. О’Хара) “Современные принципы неортодоксальной политической экономии”, Вопросы экономики, № 12, 2009, pp. 38-57. (“The leading economics journal in Russia and the CIS”, established in 1928 “Contemporary Principles of Heterodox University Academic Awards Political Economy”.) [In Russian]

  5. “Political Economy of Climate Change, Ecological Destruction and Uneven Development, Ecological Economics, Volume 69 (2009), 15 Dec, pp. 223-234. [SSCI, 2.44]

  6. “The Global Securitized Subprime Market Crisis”, Review of Radical Political Economics University Academic Awards, Volume 41 (2009), Number 3, pp. 318-314. [2nd most downloaded RRPE article during 2010]

  7. “Money, Credit and Finance in Political Economy: National, Regional and Global Dimensions”, in Jack Reardon (Editor), The Handbook of Pluralist Education University Academic Awards, London and New York: Routledge, 2009, pp. 230-255.

  8. “The Principle of Circular and Cumulative Causation: Myrdal, Kaldor and Contemporary Heterodox Political Economy”, in Sebastein Berger (Editor), The Foundations of Non-Equilibrium Economics: The Principle of Circular and University Academic Awards Cumulative Causation. London and New York, Routledge, 2009, pp. 91-105.

  9. "Can the Principles of Heterodox Political Economy Explain its Own Re-emergence and Development?" On the Horizon 16 (2008): 260-278.

  10. "A Social Structure of University Academic Awards Accumulation for Long Wave Upswing in Australia?" Journal of Australian Political Economy 2008 (2008): 88-111.

  11. "Principle of circular and cumulative causation: fusing Myrdalian and Kaldorian growth and development dynamics." Journal of Economic Issues^ XLII (2008): 375-387. [SSCI, 0.77]

  12. "A new global University Academic Awards military-terrorism-hegemony social structure of accumulation for long-wave upswing?" In Varieties of capitalism and new institutional deals: regulation, welfare and the new economy, edited by Wolfram Elsner University Academic Awards and Hardy Hanappi, 159-180. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, USA: Edward Elgar, 2008.

  13. "Exploitation and surplus." In The Elgar companion to social economics, edited by John B. Davis and Wilfred Dolfsma, 649-665. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, USA: Edward University Academic Awards Elgar, 2008.

  14. "Principles of Institutional-Evolutionary Political Economy─Converging Themes from the Schools of Heterodoxy" Journal of Economic Issues 41 (2007): 1-42. [SSCI, 0.77]

  15. "The Global Spread of AIDS and HIV." Journal of Economic Issues 41 (2007): 459-468. [SSCI, 0.77]

  16. "Allen University Academic Awards Oakley's Contribution to History of Political Economy: Capitalism, Agency-Structure and Realism." History of Economics Review 45 (2007): 7-25.

  17. "Heterodox Political Economy Specialization and Interconnection -- Concepts of Contradiction, Heterogeneous Agents, Uneven Development." Intervention. Journal University Academic Awards of Economics 4 (2007): 99-120.

  18. "Desarrollo desigual, desigualdad global y sostenibilidad ecologica: Tendencias y patrones recientes." CLM. Economia Primer Semestre de 2007 (2007): 163-192. (In Spanish) (“Uneven Development, Global Inequality and Ecological Sustainability: Recent Trends and Patterns)

  19. “A New University Academic Awards Chinese Social Structure of Accumulation for Capitalist Long Wave Upswing?”, Review of Radical Political Economics, Volume 39, Number 3, Summer.

  20. “The Economic Surplus, Disembedded Economy, and Nurturance Gap – The Contribution of University Academic Awards James Ronald Stanfield to Political Economics”, Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 40, Number 2, June, pp. 507-516. [SSCI, 0.77]

  21. “A New Neoliberal Social Structure of Accumulation for Sustainable Global Growth and Development?”, in Steve Pressman (Ed), Critical Perspectives University Academic Awards on the State. London, Palgrave, 2006, pp. 121-141.

  22. “The Contradictory Dynamics of Globalisation”, in Baidya Ghosh (Ed), Globalization and Conflicts, London, Palgrave, 2006, pp. 1-21.

  23. “Contradictions of Neoliberal Globalisation: The Role of Ideology and Values in University Academic Awards Political Economy”, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, Vol 33, No 4, 2005, pp. 341-366.

  24. “A New Family-Community Social Structure of Accumulation for the United States?”, Forum for Social Economics, Vol 33, no 2, Spring 2004, pp. 51-80.

  25. (with University Academic Awards Howard Jay Sherman) “Veblen and Sweezy on Monopoly Capital, Crises, Conflict and the State”, Journal of Economic Issues, Vol 38, No 4, December 2004, pp. 969-988. [SSCI 0.77]

  26. “A New Transnational Corporate Social Structure of Accumulation for Long Wave Upswing University Academic Awards in the World Economy?”, Review of Radical Political Economics, vol 36, no 3, September 2004, pp. 328-335.

  27. “Cultural Contradictions of Global Capitalism”, Journal of Economic Issues, vol 38, no 2, June 2004, pp. 413-420. [SSCI 0.77]

  28. “Wealth and University Academic Awards Welfare of Nations, Continents and Corporations”, in P.A. O’Hara (ed), Global Political Economy and the Wealth of Nations: Performance, Institutions, Problems and Policies, London and New York: Routledge, 2004, ch 2, pp. 39-62.

  29. “The War University Academic Awards on Terrorism, Political-Economic Contradictions and Policy Issues”, in P.A. O’Hara (ed), Global Political Economy and the Wealth of Nations: Performance, Institutions, Problems and Policies, London and New York: Routledge, 2004, ch University Academic Awards 15, pp. 302-324.

  30. “The Viability of National Government Policies in a Global Political Economy”, in P.A. O’Hara (ed), Global Political Economy and the Wealth of Nations: Performance, Institutions, Problems University Academic Awards and Policies, London and New York: Routledge, 2004, ch 16, pp. 327-346.

  31. “State and State Reform”, in T. Forsyth (ed), Encyclopedia of International Development, London and New York: Routledge, 2004.

  32. “Recent Changes to the IMF, WTO and SPD: An University Academic Awards Emerging Global Monetary-Trade-Production Social Structure of Accumulation?”, Review of International Political Economy, vol 10, no 3, August 2003, pp. 481-519. [SSCI 1.2]

  33. “Deep Recession and Financial Instability or a New Long Wave University Academic Awards of Economic Growth for US Capitalism? A Regulation School Approach”, Review of Radical Political Economics, forthcoming, vol 33, no 1, March 2003, pp. 18-43.

  34. “The Revival of Political Economy and its Main Protagonists: 1960s to the Present University Academic Awards”, History of Economics Review, no 37, Winter 2003, pp. 140-151.

  35. “Journal of Post Keynesian Economics”, in John King (ed), The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, US, 2003, pp University Academic Awards. 215-220.

  36. “Institutions and the Current Crises of Capitalism”, Review of Social Economy, vol 61, no 4, December 2002.

  37. “A New Financial Social Structure of Accumulation in the United States for Long Wave Upswing?”, Review of Radical University Academic Awards Political Economics, vol 32, no 2, September 2002.

  38. “International Encyclopedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age: Objectives, Themes, and Content”, Journal of Economic and Social Policy, vol 7, no 2, July 2002, pp. 100-107.

  39. “The Contemporary Relevance University Academic Awards of Thorstein Veblen’s Institutional-Evolutionary Political Economy”, History of Economics Review, no 35, July, Winter 2002, pp. 78-103.

  40. "The Contemporary Relevance of the ‘Critical Economic Systems’ Approach to Political Economy in the Tradition of Marx, Veblen University Academic Awards, Keynes and Schumpeter", International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Volume 10, No 1, January-March 2002, pp. 126-150.

  41. “Insider Trading in Financial Markets: Legality, Ethics and Efficiency”, International Journal of Social Economics Volume 20, Number University Academic Awards 10/11/12, December 2001, pp. 1046-1062.

  42. “Globalisation of Money, Trade and Production: Performance, Problems and Future Prospects for the World Economy”, in Kym Thorne (ed), Global Business Regulation: Some Research Perspectives, Prentice-Hall, Sydney, 2001, pp. 78-97.

  43. “Wealth University Academic Awards Distribution and Global Inequality in the Multiple Capital Paradigm”, International Journal of Human Development, Volume 1, Number 1, September 2001, pp. 121-140.

  44. “International Monetary Fund: Functions, Financial Crises and Future Relevance”, in B.N. Ghosh (ed University Academic Awards), Contemporary Issues in Development Economics, London and New York: Routledge, 2001, pp. 154-186 (with George Kadmos).

  45. "Flexible System of Production", in B.N. Taylor (ed), Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, London and New University Academic Awards York: Routledge (2001).

  46. "Regime of Accumulation", in B.N. Taylor (ed), Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, London and New York: Routledge (2001).

  47. "Money and Credit in Marx's Political Economy and Contemporary Capitalism", History University Academic Awards of Economics Review, Number 32, Summer 2000, pp. 83-95.

  48. “The Evolution of a New ‘Neoliberal, Balanced Budget’ Social Structure of Accumulation? Emerging Prospects for the United States and World Economies”, in Hassan Bougrine (editor University Academic Awards), The Economics of Public Spending: Debt, Deficits and Economic Performance, Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: 2000, pp. 30-56.

  49. "The Taxes-Drive-Money and Employer of Last Resort Approach to Government Policy", Journal of University Academic Awards Economic and Social Policy, Volume 5, Number 1, Summer 2000, pp. 1-22 (with George Kadmos).

  50. “Howard J. Sherman’s Contribution to Political Economy: The Relational-Historical Method, Business Cycles and Democratic Socialism”, in Robert Pollin (editor University Academic Awards), Capitalism, Socialism and Radical Political Economy: Essays in Honor of Howard J. Sherman, Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: 2000, pp. 7-29.

  51. “How can Economics be an Institutional-Evolutionary Science?”, Journal University Academic Awards of Economics and Social Policy, Volume 4, Number 1, Summer 1999, pp. 127-143. Also published in Fransisco Louca and Mark Perlman (eds), Is Economics An Evolutionary Science? The Legacy of Thorstein Veblen, Edward Elgar Publishing, Aldershot, UK University Academic Awards & Northampton, MA, USA: 2000, pp. 25-40.

  52. “Thorstein Veblen’s Theory of Collective Social Wealth, Instincts and Property Relations”, History of Economic Ideas, Volume 7, Number 3, 1999, pp. 175-201. Reprinted in Rick Tilman (ed), The Legacy of University Academic Awards Thorstein Veblen, vol 3, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, US, forthcoming 2003.

  53. “Political Economy: Major Contemporary Themes”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge University Academic Awards, 1999, vol 2, pp. 861-868.

  54. “Long Waves of Economic Growth and Development”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999, vol 2, pp. 673-677.

  55. "International Political Economy", in University Academic Awards Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 570-574. (with John Q. Adams)

  56. "Journals of Political Economy", in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London University Academic Awards and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 592-596.

  57. “The Contribution of Paul Dale Bush to Academic Freedom and Institutional Economics”, in Marc Tool and Sasan Fayazmanesh (Editors), Institutionalist Method and Value: Essays in University Academic Awards Honor of Paul Dale Bush. Aldershot, England: Edward Elgar, 1998, pp. 1-22. (with Marc R. Tool)

  58. “Capital, and Inequality in Today’s World”, in Douglas M. Brown (Editor), Thorstein Veblen for the Twenty First Century University Academic Awards: A Commemoration of ‘The Theory of the Leisure Class’. Aldershot, England: Edward Elgar, 1998, pp. 171-188.

  59. "Veblen's Critique of Marx's Philosophical Preconceptions of Political Economy", European Journal of the History University Academic Awards of Economic Thought, Volume 4, No 1, Spring 1997, pp. 65-91. [SSCI 0.25]

  60. “A New Measure of Macroeconomic Performance and Institutional Change: The Index of Community, Warranted Knowledge and Participation”, Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 31, No 1, March, 1997, pp. 103-128. [SSCI University Academic Awards 0.77]

  61. "Household Labor, the Family and Macroeconomic Instability in the United States: 1940s-1990s", Review of Social Economy, Volume 53, No 1, Spring 1995, pp. 89-120.

  62. "The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) and the Union University Academic Awards for Radical Political Economics (URPE): General Issues of Continuity and Integration", Journal of Economic Issues, Vol 29, No 1, March 1995, pp. 137-159. [SSCI 0.77]

  63. "An Institutionalist Review of Long Wave Theories: Schumpeterian Innovation, Modes of Regulation, and Social University Academic Awards Structures of Accumulation", Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 28, No 2, June 1994, pp. 489-500. [SSCI 0.77] Reprinted in Francisco Louca and Jan Reijnders (eds), The Foundations of Long Wave Theory: Models and Methodology University Academic Awards, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 1999, vol 2, pp. 489-500.

  64. "Methodological Principles of Institutional Political Economy: Holism, Evolution and Contradiction", Methodus: Bulletin of the International Network for Economic Method, Volume 5, No 1, June 1993, pp. 51-71.

  65. "Veblen's Analysis of Business, Industry, and University Academic Awards the Limits to Capital: An Interpretation and Sympathetic Critique", History of Economics Review, No 20, Summer 1993, pp. 95-119. Reprinted in Rick Tilman (ed), The Legacy of Thorstein Veblen, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and University Academic Awards Northampton, US, forthcoming, 2003.

  66. “Social Structure of Accumulation: Family”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 1058-1060.

  67. “Collective Social Wealth”, in Phillip Anthony University Academic Awards O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 111-113.

  68. “Karl Marx”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York University Academic Awards: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 701-704.

  69. “Falling Rate of Profit Tendency”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 315-318.

  70. “Contradictions”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor University Academic Awards), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 140-143.

  71. “Ideology and Political Economy”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 483-485.

  72. “Social Democracy”, in University Academic Awards Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 1035-1038.

  73. “Hedge, Speculative and Ponzi Finance”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political University Academic Awards Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 434-436.

  74. “Republicanism”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 983-986.

  75. “Term Structure of Interest Rates”, in Phillip University Academic Awards Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 553-556. (with Peter Howells)

  76. “Speculative Bubbles and Fundamental Values”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of University Academic Awards Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 1079-1082. (with Brenda Spotton)

  77. “Commodity Fetishism”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 1, pp. 116-118. (with Thanasis University Academic Awards Maniatis)

  78. “Reserve Army of Labor”, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 989-991. (with Jonathon Michie)

  79. “Labor and Labor Power”, in Phillip University Academic Awards Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 635-638. (with Sasan Fayazmanesh)

  80. “Marx’s Method of Political Economy” in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Editor), Encyclopedia of Political Economy University Academic Awards. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. Vol 2, pp. 704-707. (with Sasan Fayazmanesh)


Recent Funding for Research

1. Curtin Business School (CBS) Research Rewards Scheme monies (R&D Committee) (E&F = School of Economics University Academic Awards and Finance)

**Average 2007-2011 monies, 1st for E&F, 3rd for CBS.

Awarded in 2011 for 2010 RPI: $7,000 (5th in CBS)

Awarded in 2010 for 2009 RPI: $9,700 (3rd in CBS; 1st in E&F);

Awarded in 2009 for 2008 RPI: $13,600 (3rd University Academic Awards in CBS, 1st in E&F);

Awarded in 2008 for 2007 RPI: $8,500 (Other years on request)

[CBS has 300 academics approx; E&F 45 academics approx.]


^ 2. Research Performance Index [RPI], Curtin University

1140 (2010 for 2009); 660 Points (2009); 685 (2008); 650 (2007); 640 (2006)’ 650 (2005), 860 (2004), 550 (2003).


3. $10,000 Grant University Academic Awards from the Economics Department, Curtin University, R&D Committee, for 2005 {To support a study on “The Contradictory Relative International Impact of Terrorism on Mortality vis-a-vis Socioeconomic Uncertainty and Performance: 1980-2004”]


4. $20,000 Grant from University Academic Awards the Curtin Business School, R&D Committee, for the Global Political Economy Research Unit (GPERU), for 2001-2003. [To support research project: “The Viability of National Government Policies in a Global Economy”]


5. $9,250 Grant University Academic Awards from the Australian Research Council (Small Grant for 1999) for “Inequality and Wealth in the Multiple Capital Paradigm”.


6. $10,000 Grant from the Australian Research Council (Small Grant for 1996) for “A Unified Science of Political Economy University Academic Awards? An Empirical Analysis of Subject Areas, Themes and Concepts in the Seven Major Journals (1967-1995)”.


7. $12,500 Research Fellowship from Curtin Business School “Research Committee” for writing entries and editing the Encyclopedia of Political Economy University Academic Awards during 1995/96.


8. $5,000 Grant for “Business Cycles in Australia” from Curtin University, Research and Development Office (1994)


9. $3,500 Grant for Research on "Institutions, Growth and Development" (1995), School of Economics and Finance, Curtin Business School “Research University Academic Awards Committee”.


10. $2,000 for “Political Economy of Republicanism in Australia” from Public Sector Research Unit, Curtin Business School (1995).


11. $3,000 for “Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis and the US and Australian Experiences” from the “Economic and University Academic Awards Finance Research Unit”, Curtin Business School (1993, 1995).


12. $2,000 for “Study of the Major Institutions of US Capitalism” from the Curtin Business School “Research Committee” (1992).


Growth and Development in the

global political economy

Was reviewed by



Encyclopedia University Academic Awards of Political Economy

was reviewed in:


Marx, Veblen and Contemporary Institutional Political Economy

was reviewed in:



Teaching
(a) Development Economics (3rd year undergraduate) [1982, 1995]


(b) International Economics (Honours, Masters) [1997-Present]


(c University Academic Awards) Economic Policy Issues (3rd year undergraduate [1991, 1995, 1996, 2003]; Honours/Masters [1991])


(d) Macroeconomics (1st year [1988, 2003], 2nd year [1989-1995] undergraduate; Honours & Masters [2001, 2002, 2004],


(e) [Global] Money and Capital Markets 202 (2nd & 3rd year undergraduate) [1989-Present].


(f) Monetary Economics 302 & International University Academic Awards Financial Economics 302 (3rd year undergraduate [1999-Present]; Masters [1988]


(g) History of Economic Thought (3rd year undergraduate [1993-Present]; Honours & Masters [1991, 1994, 1998]


PhD supervisor/examiner (4 students) (1 deputy-supervisor)


Masters thesis supervisor/examiner (4 students)


Honours thesis supervision (15 students University Academic Awards)


^ Supervisor and Examiner

of Research Theses


Doctor of Philosophy Theses

Bhimo Samudro. Political Economy of Uneven Global, Regional, National and Sub-National Performance, 1950-2010: An Integrated and Heterogeneous Linkage of Economic, Social, Environmental and Political Factors. (Commenced University Academic Awards Sept 2009)

Agus Eko Nugroho, Microfinance Sustainability and Outreach in Indonesia: A Case Study of Microfinance and Poverty in Central Java. (Supervisor) [Completed August 2009] [Phd Awarded 2010] [One examiner gave this an University Academic Awards “A”]

Andrew Brenner, Political Economy Analysis of Indices of Socioeconomic and Environmental Performance: GDP, ISEW, GPI. [Short Title] (Supervisor) [Awarded 5 Dec 2009] One examiner said “This is the best thesis I have ever read University Academic Awards in my 25 years at a research university”.

B.N. Ghosh, Ghandian Political Economy: Genesis, Evolution and Development (2001-2003) (Passed Unconditionally: Examiner 1 - “A”; Examiner B - “A” – Awarded 2004) (Supervisor)

Michael. McLure, Vilfredo Pareto University Academic Awards’s Economics and Sociological Approach to Public Policy and Government (Supervisor: Dr Ian Kerr) (1996-1999)(Awarded 1999). (Associate Supervisor)

Lynne Chester, A Regulationaist Approach to Electricity Regulation and Deregulation in Australia. 2007. University of New South Wales University Academic Awards. (Examiner.)

Smt. Ipsita Sen, A Study of the Origin, Growth and Destination of Marketable and Marketed Surplus of Foodgrains in a Less Developed Country. Department of Economics, University of Calcutta University Academic Awards, India. PhD (Science) in Economics. (2001) (Examiner)


Masters Theses

Examiner, Masters of Economics Thesis: Therese Jefferson, The Commodification of Activities Previously Carried Out Within Households. Department of Economics, LaTrobe University, Master of Economics. (1997)

Masters Thesis, Teddy Blackburn University Academic Awards, Economic Growth in Mauritius: A Kaldorian Approach, 2000. [1st class thesis] (Supervisor)

Masters Thesis, May Eledair, Endogenous Money and Credit in Indonesia 1986-1997, 1998. (Supervisor)

Masters Thesis, John Thompson, The Nature and Implications of the University Academic Awards Cashless Economy (1988) (Supervisor)


Honours Theses (Supervisor)

Matt Hall. (2008) The Rate of Profit, Accumulation and Growth in the USA, 1950-2007.

Dana Mason. (2007) The Rate of Profit and Accumulation in Australia, 1950-2006. [1st Class]

Van Delft University Academic Awards. Social Capital and Australian Aborigines (2007) (with Mike Dockery) [1st Class]

Andrew Wilkinson, Impact and Significance of United States Defence Expenditure 1970-2003, 2004.

Gavin De Corsey, Analysis of the Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare University Academic Awards for Australia 1970-2003, 2003-2004.

Andrew Brenner, The Rate of Profit in the United States: 1945-2000, 2002. [‘First class’ result]

Joanna Blakiston, Poverty and Standard of Living of Australian Aborigines: A Circular and Cumulative Myrdalian University Academic Awards Approach, 2001. [‘First class’ result]

Hun Hkein Hun, An Asian Social Structure of Accumulation 1980s-Early 21st Century?, 2001.

John Laughlin, The Role of Social Capital in Economic Development, 2000. [‘First Class’ result]

Grant Coble-Neale, Ponzi, Speculative University Academic Awards and Hedge Finance: An Examination of the Financial Instability Hypothesis in Australia (1999) [‘First Class’ result]

George Kadmos, Structural Endogenous Money and Reserve Bank Controls in Australia 1978-1998 (1998). [‘First Class’ result]

Rebecca Wong University Academic Awards, Endogenous Credit and Finance in Indonesia: 1970-1996" (1997).

Malcolm Thomas, Business Cycles in Australia 1970-1992 (1996);

Stephen Tan, Bank Interest Rate Margins in Australia 1974-1993 (1994).

Shee Hiang Lim, The Relationship between Share Prices & Economic Fundamentals (1993);

Elaine University Academic Awards Neo, Hegemony, Economic Power, & Performance (1992).

Michael Barnes, The Australian Business Cycle & Stabilisation Policy: 1970-1990 (1991)

^ Course Development
1. Initiated Economic Theory 300 (1989) & contributed the macroeconomic component of the syllabus.

2. Joint initiator to the inception of Asian Economic Development University Academic Awards 300 (1994) (as part of Economic Policy Issues 302) (joint with Jeff Pope & Michael Thorpe).

3. Initiated and wrote the initial syllabus for Monetary Economics 300 (1989); titled changed to International Financial Economics 300 (from 2002).

4. Developed the course teaching University Academic Awards of Money and Capital Markets 200 from its inception in 1989 (in Bentley and Hong Kong 1992, Malaysia in 1993-present). Worked on the remodelling of this unit to a new title: Global Money University Academic Awards and Capital Markets 200 (from 2002). Prepared Complete Unit Materials for African University Online teaching of this unit (2007-08).

5. Joint-initiator, joint-contributor, & joint-development for the honours course History of Economic Thought 403 (commenced University Academic Awards in 1991) (joint with Dr Ian Kerr).

6. Joint-initiator & joint-contributor to the inception of History of Economics 303 (Commenced in 1993) (joint with Dr Ian Kerr).


^ Administration for Curtin
Business School

Director, Global Political Economy University Academic Awards Research Unit (2000-Present) [Member of CRAE]

Member, CBS R&D Committee, 2005-2009 [Innumerable Committees]

Member, Library Serials Advisory Committee (1996, 1998, 1999-2002)

Member, R&D Meetings for CBS Membership of EQUIS (2001-2002)

Editor, ^ Annual Report, Economics University Academic Awards Department (1997-2001)

School of Economics and Finance, Library Liaison Officer (1996-2001)

Member, Graduate Board of Study (1995-1996, 2000-1)

Elected to CBS Research Committee (1997, 2001)

Member, Bookshop Advisory Committee (1993-1998)

Member, CBS Plus, Staff Advisory Council (1993-1997)

Research Performance Index Organiser University Academic Awards (School of Economics & Finance) (1996-9)

Elected to University EEO Advisory Committee (1995)

Member, CBS Research & Development Working Party (1998)

Member, CBS Undergraduate Board of Study (1989-90)

^ STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHING
eVALUate (since 2006) and Student Evaluation of Educational University Academic Awards Quality (SEEQ)


2008 eVALUate Student Feedback (Different from SEEQ)

1st % my units “Agree” [University mean in brackets]


Economics (International) 569:

Learning Outcomes Clear? 100% [88%], Learning Experience Positive? 100% [84%], Resources Help? 100% [83%], Workload OK? 100% [85%], Teaching Quality Helps? 100% [85%], Overall University Academic Awards, Satisfied with unit? 100% [83%]


^ History of Economic Thought 302: 1st% my score “Agree” [University mean in brackets]

Learning Outcomes Clear? 100% [88%], Learning Experience? 100% [84%], Resources Help? 100% [83%], Feedback 100% [85%], Teaching Quality Helps? 100% [85%], Overall, Satisfied with unit? 100% [83%]


^ 2007 eVALUate Student Feedback University Academic Awards (Different from SEEQ)

1st% my score “Agree” [University mean in brackets]


Global Money and Capital Markets 200: (1st Sem)

Learning Outcomes Clear? 93% [86%], Learning Experience? 87% [82%], Resources 93% [81%], Feedback 73% [73%], Teaching Quality Helps? 80% [80%], Overall, Satisfied with University Academic Awards unit? 86% [82%]


^ History of Economic Thought 302: (2nd Sem)

Learning Outcomes Clear? 83% [86%], Assessment Tasks Help? 100% [82%], Resources 100% [81%], Feedback 100% [74%], Teaching Quality Helps? 80% [80%], Overall, Satisfied with unit? 80% [81%]


2006 eVALUate Student Feedback (Different from SEEQ)

1st% my score “Agree University Academic Awards” [University mean in brackets]


History of Economic Thought 302: (2nd Sem)

Learning Outcomes Clear? 100% [85%], Learning Experience? 100% [81%], Resources 100% [80%], Feedback 100% [71%], Teaching Quality Helps? 100% [78%], Overall, Satisfied with unit? 100% [80%]


2006 SEEQ (Graded out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed University Academic Awards by my score, [University mean in brackets])


International Financial Economics 302

Academic Value 6.2 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 6.9 [6.6]; Rapport 7.2 [6.7]; Grading 6.32 [6.4]; Class 6.4 [6.4]; Lecturer 6.9 [6.8]; Organization 6.5 [6.7]; Breadth 6.8 [6.5]; Interaction 7.4 [6.7]; Readings 6.4 [6.5]; Workload 5.9 [5.3]


2004 SEEQ (Graded out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed by my score, [University mean University Academic Awards in brackets])


Economics (Macro) 402 & 507

Academic Value 7.4 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 8.1 [6.4]; Rapport 8.0 [6.7]; Grading 6.7 [6.4]; Class 6.8 [6.4]; Lecturer 7.8 [6.8]; Organization 7.1 [6.7]; Breadth 6.8 [6.5]; Interaction 8.3 [6.7]; Readings 7.6 [6.5]; Workload 6.2 [5.3]


History of Economic Thought 302

Academic Value 7.1 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 7.9 [6.4]; Rapport 8.0 [6.7]; Grading 7.5 [6.4]; Class 7.4 [6.4]; Lecturer 7.5 [6.8]; Organization 6.9 [6.7]; Breadth University Academic Awards 7.6 [6.5]; Interaction 7.8 [6.7]; Readings 7.1 [6.5]; Workload 6.5 [5.3]


Economics (International) 404/569

Academic Value 7.5 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 8.2 [6.8]; Rapport 8.1 [7.0]; Grading 7.2 [6.6]; Class 8.0 [6.6]; Lecturer 8.2 [6.9]; Organization 7.5 [6.7]; Breadth 7.7 [6.6]; Interaction 8.0 [6.8]; Readings 7.3 [6.6]; Workload 6.0 [5.4]


International Financial Economics 302

Academic Value 7.8 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 8.0 [6.8]; Rapport 7.9 [7.0]; Grading 7.8 [6.6]; Class 7.7 [6.6]; Lecturer 8.2 [6.9]; Organization 7.4 [6.7]; Breadth 7.8 [6.6]; Interaction 8.3 [6.8]; Readings 7.6 [6.6]; Workload 6.0 [5.4]


2003 SEEQ (Graded University Academic Awards out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed by my score, [university mean in brackets])


Economics (International) 404 & 569

Academic Value 7.7 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 8.2 [6.8]; Rapport 7.8 [7.0]; Grading 7.3 [6.6]; Class 7.7 [6.6]; Lecturer 8.0 [6.8]; Organization 7.5 [6.7]; Breadth 7.5 [6.5]; Interaction 8.3 [6.7]; Readings 8.0 [6.5]; Workload 6.6 [5.3]


History of Economic Thought 302

Academic Value University Academic Awards 7.6 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 8.0 [6.8]; Rapport 7.5 [7.0]; Grading 7.0 [6.6]; Class 7.6 [6.6]; Lecturer 7.9 [6.8]; Organization 7.2 [6.7]; Breadth 7.7 [6.5]; Interaction 7.9 [6.7]; Readings 7.1 [6.5]; Workload 6.3 [5.3]


Economics (Macro) 101

Academic Value 6.5 [6.6]; Enthusiasm 7.9 [6.8]; Rapport 7.6 [7.0]; Grading 6.9 [6.6]; Class 6.9 [6.6]; Lecturer 7.5 [6.8]; Organization 6.6 [6.7]; Breadth 7.5 [6.5]; Interaction 7.9 [6.7]; Readings 6.8 [6.5]; Workload 5.4 [5.3]


2002 SEEQ (Graded out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed University Academic Awards by my score, [university mean in brackets])


Economics (International) 404/569

Academic Value 8.0[6.5]; Enthusiasm 8.2[6.7]; Rapport 7.9[6.9]; Grading 8.1[6.7]; Class 8[6.7]; Lecturer 8.0[6.8]; Organization 7.8[6.8]; Breadth 7.9[6.7]; Interaction 8.3[6.7]; Readings 7.7[6.6]; Workload 6.1[5.4]


Economics (Macro) 402/571

Academic Value 7.4[6.5]; Enthusiasm 8.2[6.7]; Rapport 7.4[6.9]; Grading 7.0[6.7]; Class 7.4[6.7]; Lecturer 7.9[6.8]; Organization University Academic Awards 7.6[6.8]; Breadth 7.7[6.7]; Interaction 7.6[6.7]; Readings 7.5[6.6]; Workload 7.1[5.4]


History of Economic Thought 302

Academic Value 7.9[6.5]; Enthusiasm 8.3[6.7]; Rapport 8.3[6.9]; Grading 8.1[6.7]; Class 8.4[6.7]; Lecturer 8.4[6.8]; Organization 7.5[6.8]; Breadth 8.2[6.7]; Interaction 8.1[6.7]; Readings 8.2[6.6]; Workload 5.9[5.4]


2001 SEEQ (Graded out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed by my score, [university mean University Academic Awards in brackets])


History of Economic Thought 302

Academic Value 7.9[6.6], Enthusiasm 8.4[6.8], Rapport 7.8[6.9], Grading 7.3[6.7], Class 8.2[6.7]; Lecturer 8.1[7.0], Organization 7.0[6.8], Breadth 8.4[6.7], Interaction 8.3[6.8], Readings 7.7[6.6]; Workload 6.0[5.5]


Economics (International) 404 & 569

Academic Value 7.9[6.6], Enthusiasm 8.2[6.8], Rapport 7.8[6.9], Grading 7.7[6.7], Class 7.9[6.7]; Lecturer 8.1[7.0], Organization 7.5[6.7], Breadth 7.8[6.6], Interaction 8.1[6.8], Readings 7.6[6.6]; Workload University Academic Awards 6.4[5.5]


Monetary Economics 302 (Now Called International Financial Economics 302)

Academic Value 7.0[6.6], Enthusiasm 7.3[6.8], Rapport 6.8[7.0], Grading 7.2[6.6], Class 7.1[6.6], Lecturer 7.0[6.9], Organization 6.8[6.8], Breadth 7.2[6.7], Interaction 7.5[6.9]; Readings 6.8[6.7]; Workload 6.3[5.5]


Money & Capital Markets 200 (Now called Global Money and Capital Markets 200)

Academic Value 6.5[6.6], Enthusiasm 6.8[6.8], Rapport University Academic Awards 7.0[7.0], Grading 6.3[6.6], Class 6.8[6.6], Lecturer 7.0[6.9], Organization 6.5[6.8], Breadth 6.8[6.7], Interaction 7.0[6.9]; Readings 6.6[6.6]; Workload 6.0[5.5]


2000 SEEQ (Graded out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed by my score, [university mean in brackets])


Economics (International) 569/404

Academic Value 7.1[6.7]; Enthusiasm 7.5[6.7]; Rapport 7.8[6.8]; Grading 8.1[6.7]; Class 7.1[6.9]; Lecturer 7.6[7.0]; Organization University Academic Awards 7.7[6.8]; Breadth 8.0[7.0]; Interaction 8.2[7.0]; Readings 7.6[6.7]; Workload 6.4[5.4]


History of Economic Thought 302

Academic Value 7.8[6.7]; Enthusiasm 8.1[6.7]; Rapport 8.1[6.8]; Grading 8.0[6.7]; Class 7.8[6.9]; Lecturer 8.1[7.0]; Organization 7.7[6.8]; Breadth 8.6[7.0]; Interaction 8.5[7.0]; Readings 7.7[6.7]; Workload 6.6[5.4]


Money and Capital Markets 200

Academic Value 6.7[6.6]; Enthusiasm 7.4[6.8]; Rapport 7.3[7.0]; Grading 6.9[6.6]; Class 6.4 [6.6]; Lecturer 6.7 [6.9]; Organization 6.6[6.8]; Breadth University Academic Awards 7.3[6.6]; Group 7.7[6.8]; Readings 7.2[6.6]; Workload 6.9[5.5]


1999 SEEQ (Graded Out of 9)

(Below: Mode, followed by my score, [university mean in brackets])

Economics (International) 404 & 569

Academic Value 7.8[6.4], Enthusiasm 7.9[6.7], Rapport 7.9[6.7], Grading 7.6[6.4], Class 7.5[6.4]; Lecturer 7.5[6.8], Organization 7.5[6.7], Breadth 7.7[6.5], Interaction 8.3[6.7], Readings 7.9[6.4]; Workload 6.2[5.2]


Money & Capital University Academic Awards Markets 200

Academic Value 7.3[6.5], Enthusiasm 7.6[6.6], Rapport 7.7[6.7], Grading 7.1[6.4], Class 7.5[6.4], Lecturer 7.9[6.7], Organization 7.4[6.6], Breadth 8.1[6.5], Interaction 8.3[6.6]; Readings 8.1[6.4]; Workload 6.0[5.3]


*History of Economic Thought 302

Academic Value 7.8[6.6], Enthusiasm 8.0[6.8], Rapport 8.0[6.8], Grading 7.3[6.7], Class 7.8[6.4]; Lecturer 8.1[6.8], Organization 7.6[6.7], Breadth 8.0[6.4], Interaction 8.2[6.6], Readings 7.6[6.5]; Workload 6.5[5.3]


*Monetary Economics University Academic Awards 302 (Now Called International Financial Economics 302)

Academic Value 7.3[6.5], Enthusiasm 7.3[6.6], Rapport 7.4[6.7], Grading 7.1[6.4], Class 7.4[6.4], Lecturer 7.8[6.7], Organization 7.3[6.6], Breadth 7.8[6.5], Interaction 7.6[6.6]; Readings 7.6[6.4]; Workload 6.2[5.3]


Referees



Dr John Battaile Hall

Professor of Economics&International Studies
Department of Economics

College of Liberal University Academic Awards Arts and Sciences

Portland State University

Po Box 751. Postland. Oregan. 97207, USA

johnbattailehall@gmail.com


Dr John Lodewijks

Professor and Chair

School of Economics and Finance

University of Western Sydney

Locked Bag 1797, Penrith South DC

NSW. 1797. Australia

J.Lodewijks@uws.edu.au


Dr Wolfram Elsner

Professor and University Academic Awards Director

Institute for Institutions & Innovation

University of Bremen

Hochschulring 4, WiWi, Room 2.18

D-28359 Bremen, Germany

welsner@uni-bremen.de


Dr Malcolm Sawyer

Professor of Economics

Leeds University Business School

University of Leeds

Leeds LS2 9JT, UK

mcs@lubs.leeds.ac.uk





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