I have taught a range of modules associated with economics, particularly monetary economics and international finance, but have also taught business studies, philosophy, history of economic thought, economic development, public sector management, and political studies from A level to masters/doctorate level.
During the course of 26 years of full-time teaching i have taught a range of courses and modules for A level, undergraduate and post-graduate students in the subjects outlined in the CV and above. I am confident teaching students at a variety of learning levels with the appropriate teaching methods.
DR SIMON MOUATT
Emeritus Associate Professor in Economics, School of Business and Law, Southampton Solent University, East Park Terrace, Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom, SO14OYN, (concealed information)
HIGHER EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS
BA (Hons) Politics, Portsmouth University (1984)
PGCE Economics, Worcester University (1990)
MSc International Relations, Southampton University (1996)
PG Cert. Research, Southampton Solent University (2006)
PhD Supervision Training, Southampton Solent University (2012)
PhD (Econ) The Dissolution of the Financial State (2016)
Southampton Solent University: Undergraduate/Post-graduate Teaching/Module Leadership in Economics, International Financial Markets, Global Economy, Contemporary Business Issues, Development Economics, European Economic Integration (1993-14). City University: Associate Lecturer, Economics Department, European Economics (2000-05). Shaftesbury Upper School: Politics, Economics and Business Studies A Level (1990-92). Lavant School: (Head of Business) Economics and Business (1992-1994).
Mouatt, S., 2008. Evaluating Stephen Zarlenga’s Treatment of Historical Monetary Thought, International Journal of Social Economics, 35 (11), 846-56.
Mouatt, S. and C. Adams, Eds. 2011. Corporate and Social Transformation of Money and Banking: Breaking the Serfdom, Chippenham and Eastbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
Adams, C. and S. Mouatt, 2010. The Evolution of Mobile Business and Services: Government Support of M-Payment Systems, The International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications 2 (2), 58-73.
The Case for Monetary Diversity (2010) International Journal of Community Currency Research 14 (1) 17-28.
Adams, C. and S. Mouatt, 2011. Alternatives to the Global Financial Sector: Local Complementary Currencies, LETS and Time-Backed Currencies. In: Z. LUO, ed. Advanced Analytics for Green and Sustainable Economic Development: Supply Chain Models and Financial Technologies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 64-78.
Mouatt, S., 2011. Can Sequential and Non-Dualistic Interpretation of Marx’s Monetary Thought be Synthesised with the Endogenous Money Paradigm? Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 39 (2), 233-246.
Mouatt, S., 2015. Credit Cycles: Freewheeling, Driving or Driven? International Journal of Social Economics 42 (7), pp. 629-643.
Mouatt, S., 2015. The Dissolution of the Financial State. Heterodox Studies in Political Economy Series, Maryland, United States: Lexington Books
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