PhD stu­dent requir­ing assis­tance

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A mature age stu­dent who will com­mence doing a PhD with me in 2013 has need of work prior to com­menc­ing his degree.

He has a back­ground in finance, risk mea­sure­ment, and anti-money laun­der­ing. He has also worked as a secu­rity guard, and traf­fic con­troller, and is will­ing to con­sider any other tem­po­rary work.

Please con­tact me at if you have or know of a posi­tion, whether full-time, part-time, tem­po­rary or per­ma­nent.

About Steve Keen

I am Professor of Economics and Head of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University London, and a long time critic of conventional economic thought. As well as attacking mainstream thought in Debunking Economics, I am also developing an alternative dynamic approach to economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt-deflation on the back of the enormous private debts accumulated globally, and our very low rate of inflation.
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  • A PhD request­ing sup­port.… This won’t recieve much atten­tion by the com­menters… is, the sce­nario, that is, so tel­ing at this par­tic­u­laar time.…..

    One of the few econ­o­mist who got it right … Keen, is assist­ing a ‘mature’ PHD can­di­date to obtain employ­ment for tran­si­tional pur­poses…

    Will the debt sat­u­rated, asset sat­u­rated, asset over val­ued global macroeo­nomic asset debt sys­tem sup­port this fel­low?

    Don’t know.

    Dr. Keen has it qual­i­ta­tively cor­rect to con­gress­man Kucinich .… although no one is really lis­ten­ing.…

    What Keen doesn’t under­stand is that the asset debt-macro­eco­nomic sys­tem is a quan­ti­ta­tive pat­terned sci­ence inte­gra­tively rep­re­sented in the time based eas­ily decernible pat­terns in the system’s asset val­u­a­tion curves.. 

    That rel­a­tively impor­tant item is appar­ently missed (totally) by Dr. Keen.

    Even with the unprece­dented mas­sive inter­ven­tion of world cen­tral banks, asset-debt asset value devolu­a­tion, sans hege­monic sov­er­eign debt, is a nec­es­sary time based evo­lu­tion­ary part of the deter­min­is­tic quan­tum asset debt macro­econo­minic sys­tem.

    While Keen is cor­rect in the need for the sov­er­eign to increase deficit spend­ing and that the lever­aged mon­ey­changer val­ue­less asset-debt sys­tem prof­its for the real estate bub­ble is the root cause for the cur­rent expo­nen­tial­ized sys­tem prob­lems and that debt jubliene of a 21st cen­tury type is needed for sta­bi­liza­tion and man made equi­li­bra­tion , he fails to see the pat­terned sci­ence of sat­u­ra­tion asset debt stat­u­ra­tion eco­nom­ics in the system’s asset val­u­a­tion curves — which is eas­ily observ­able to the noneco­nomic trained sci­en­ti­tist — and would pro­vide a sci­en­tific con­struct for ’ rea­son­able solu­tions ’ .