First: Dr David Harvie
Second: Professor Emmanuel Haven
Neil worked for twenty years on trading, portfolio management and other systems for companies such as Barclays Global Investors and UBS. In 2010 he completed an MBA from the Open University, and at Cambridge he studied Natural Sciences then Social and Political Sciences.
Neil's research interests include currency markets, stock-flow consistent economics and financial regulation.
MN2101 Financial Management
MN3104 International Business
MN7006 Accounting for Managers
MSc Finance and MSc Management, Finance and Accounting
May 2011: First International Conference of COST Action, PhD School, 'A critical analysis of the G5 carry trade as an investible index'
September 2011: Quadrangular PhD conference, Lancaster, 'Beyond the Washington Consensus: Accounting for Arbitrage Capital'
December 2012: 6th International Dijon Conference. Paper presentation 'Extended Circuit Theory: Modelling the Impact of Government Interventions'. See http://colloque-cemf.u-bourgogne.fr/
June 2012: Economics eJournal Article, 'Circuit Theory Extended: The Role of Speculation in Crises' http://www.economics-ejournal.org/economics/journalarticles/2012-34/
November 2012: False Dichotomies, Waterloo, Canada. INET Young Scholar
January 2013: BSA PhD Conference 'Who and What is Management for?', University of Leicester (organising committee)
October 2013: Visiting Scholar, Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto