Collin Constantine is a Ph.D. student in Economics at Kingston University who works on Economic Development & Growth, International Economics, Inequality, Political Economy, Public Economics, Open Economy Macroeconomics and Caribbean Economic History.
He is the coordinator of INET’s Young Scholars Initiative’s Economic Development working group and a member of the Political Economy Research Group (PERG) at Kingston University. Collin is also a Principal Investigator for The Heterodox Development Economics Research Program at the IGDC, University of York. The project aims to synthesize structuralism with new currents in development economics to better understand the causes and potential remedies of underdevelopment. Collin’s Ph.D. dissertation focuses on technology gaps and trade imbalances in the Eurozone. He was a Teaching Fellow at SOAS, University of London where he taught Macroeconomics and Econometrics at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels respectively.
His work has appeared in Social and Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Structures, Nova Economia, Journal of Developing Country Studies, New School Economic Review, International Finance Review and Journal of Australian Political Economy. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Development Economics from SOAS, University of London and is a recipient of a Ph.D. studentship from Kingston University in 2015.