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Research Fellow in Ecological Economics, Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, University of Surrey

Simon is an ecological economist, trying to understand the current economy in order to build a better one. Simon’s research interests include the history of economic thought, utopian economics, and various kinds of models. He is currently working the ways labour and capital have been conceptualised in different theories of production, and where energy ought to enter into these theories; Stock Flow Consistent modelling of no-growth economies; and exploring the economic potential of utopian fiction.

Simon is a co-investigator on the ESRC funded ‘Powering Productivity‘ project, exploring links between energy, wellbeing and the UK’s productivity puzzle and a Research Fellow with the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity. He also teaches at Salford University, and holds a PhD in Ecological Economics from the University of Surrey (UK), an MA in Environmental Management and a BSc in Environmental Science both from the University of Lancaster (UK). Simon is also UK country contact for the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE).

Experience

  • –present
    Research Fellow in Ecological Economics, University of Surrey

Education

  • 2016 
    University of Surrey, PhD/Ecological Economics