Collin Constantine

Economics PhD Student, Kingston University

Collin Constantine is a PhD student in Economics at Kingston University and a Member of the Political Economy Research Group (PERG). His dissertation investigates the determinants of the Eurozone current account imbalances but his research interests extend to institutions, inequality, development economics and new political economy. He holds a MSc in Development Economics from SOAS, University of London and is a recipient of a PhD studentship from Kingston University in 2015. Recently, Collin was a Teaching Fellow at SOAS, where he taught Macroeconomics and Econometrics at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels respectively. Collin has published academic journal articles, book chapters, policy notes and articles for general audiences.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    PhD Student Development Economics, Kingston University, London

Education

  • 2015 
    School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Distinction, MSc Development Economics
  • 2013 
    University of Guyana, Distinction, BSc Economics

Publications

  • 2015
    Journal of Developing Country Studies, Growth and Distribution in Guyana
  • 2015
    New School Economic Review, How Nations Succeed: A Review of the Reversal of Fortune Thesis
  • 2014
    Journal of Australian Political Economy, Rethinking the Twin Deficits

Professional Memberships

  • Member of Young Scholars Initiative
  • Member of Post Keynesian Economics Study Group
  • Researcher: Political Economy Research Group