Imko completed his PhD in Economics and Philosophy of Economics at Anglia Ruskin in December 2016. He did his undergraduate degree in Business Studies and Economics in Germany and his Masters in Economics in New Zealand.
His PhD research focused on the philosophy and history of economic thought, and specifically on eclectic choices under pluralism in economics, utilising methodologies and knowledge from various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, including economics and contemporary philosophy of (social) science. His current research focuses on social ontology and meta-ontology.
Imko has been a lecturer in Economics and International Business in ARU, as well as course leader for BSc Economics, since September 2016. He is currently a member of the Cambridge Social Ontology Group.
He is currently teaching Economics for Managers, a first year introductory economics course, and EU Economy: Issues and Policies, a final year course on the political economy of the EU. In addition, he is course leader for the Undergraduate Major Projects in Economics and International Business.