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Mr Steven Hail
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Steven has taught Financial Economics II and a variety of other financial and macroeconomics topics at the School of Economics every year since 2002. He has also taught during this period at both Flinders University and the University of South Australia, and before then for universities in the UK. He has held management positions at a number of institutions, most recently at Kaplan between 2008-10.
He is interested in heterodox macroeconomics, and always happy to chat about behavioural and Post Keynesian perspectives on human behaviour and economic policy. He has more than 25 years of experience as a lecturer in tertiary and financial training institutions in Australia and the UK.
During his career in the UK, he was involved in the provision of financial and economics training for staff from all major UK banks, many international banks, the Bank of England, many listed companies and the UK Government.
He is alleged to have published a very mainstream introductory economics textbook in 1989, though he rarely admits to that now.
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