B.Sc (Social Science) in Philosophy and Economics Bristol University, M. Phil in Economics Oxford University, M.A in Modern European Philosophy Middlesex University
I teach on a range of modules and research within the Business School and also act as an academic adviser. I am module leader for the Economics dissertation modules.
Teaching and supervision
- Accounting and Economics (BSc (Hons))
- Economics, Finance and International Business (BSc (Hons))
- Economics, Politics and International Relations (BA (Hons))
- Macroeconomics 2
- Economic Growth
- Economics, Politics and International Relations Dissertation
- Perspectives on Global Challenges
My teaching mainly focuses on level 6 undergraduates and I lead both the dissertation and synoptic modules at this level for economics students as well as teaching a final year module in economic growth.
My research mainly focuses on economic methodology, the philosophy of economics and the history of economic thought. In addition to this I work on European economics with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe.
Memberships of professional bodies
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Kilmister, A. (2002) 'Andre Gorz and the ecological critique of political economy'. Paper presented at the Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Aberdeen University, April.
- Kilmister, A. (1998) 'A critical assessment of theories of post-Fordism/flexible specialisation and agency costs'. Paper presented at the Middle East Technical University 2nd International Conference on Economics, Ankara, Turkey, January.
I have been editor of the Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe (formerly titled Debatte) since 2007. I am currently handing over responsibility for editing this journal to my successor but will remain on the editorial board. It is an interdisciplinary journal published by Taylor and Francis which appears three times a year. The journal also organises regular conferences; the last one was entitled `Crisis and Resistance in Central and Eastern Europe' and was held at Warsaw University in November 2014 with a follow-up workshop reviewing the five years of developments in the region subsequently taking place in November 2019 in Warsaw. Both of these conferences were organised jointly with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in Warsaw.