Sessional Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Melbourne

Mike has a background in political science, economics, history and finance, with a PhD examining the international political economy of corruption and organised crime. He is currently conducting research macroeconomic policy responses to crises, wealth inequality, and behavioural economics and public policy.

He lectures at the University of Melbourne, teaching subjects in the field of political economy.

Experience

  • 2006–present
    Lecturer in international political economy and statistics, The University of Melbourne

Education

  • 2011 
    The University of Melbourne, PhD / Political Economy
  • 2004 
    The University of Melbourne, B.Comm/B.A. (Hons)

Research Areas

  • International Relations (160607)
  • Comparative Government And Politics (160603)
  • Political Theory And Political Philosophy (160609)
  • Economic Theory (1401)
  • Comparative Economic Systems (149901)
  • Economic History (140203)
  • Causes And Prevention Of Crime (160201)
  • Applied Statistics (010401)
  • Econometric And Statistical Methods (140302)