Neil’s research is focused in the new economic governance cluster where he studies monetary theory , alternative currencies, alternative economic governance, sustainable development and regional economic associations. At an academic level he’s research is focused on cryptocurrencies and complementary currencies. Neil has studied Spanish on exchange at the University of Buenos Aires and worked as both a volunteer teacher and adventure guide in the Peruvian Andes.
- Political Economy
- Financial systems and monetary theory
- Alternative economic organisation
- Sustainable economic development
- Complementary Currencies
- Collective governance
- Regional monetary unions