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I am a Research Scholar at the Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity.

 

My work is motivated by contemporary political economy debates which have included deficit and debt dynamics, macroeconomic issues and policies of the Eurozone, and Central Bank operations and (full) employment policies.

 

My research has appeared in academic journals including, the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Review of Political Economy and the Journal of Australian Political Economy. I have also reviewed for a number of international academic journals.

Publications

Marsh, J., Sharpe, T.P. and Philp, B. (2018) Achieving full-employment: history, theory, and policy. In Jo, T-H., Chester, L. and D’lppoliti, C. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Heterodox Economics: Theorizing, Analyzing, and Transforming Capitalism, Routledge: London.

Watts, M.J., Sharpe, T.P. and Juniper, J. (2017) The job guarantee and Eurozone stabilisation. In Murray, M.J. and Forstater, M. (eds.) The Job Guarantee and Modern Money Theory: Realizing Keynes’s Labor Standard, Palgrave Macmillan.

Juniper, J., Sharpe, T.P. and Watts, M.J. (2015) Modern monetary theory: contributions and critics, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 37(2), 281-307.

Watts, M.J., Sharpe, T.P. and Juniper, J. (2014) Reformation or exodus: assessing the future of the euro, The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 25(3), 465-483

Sharpe, T.P. (2013) Institutional arrangements and public debt threshold limits, International Review of Applied Economics, 27(6), 707-728.

Sharpe, T.P. (2013) A modern money perspective on financial crowding-out, Review of Political Economy, 25(4), 586-606.

 

Sharpe, T.P. and Watts, M.J. (2013) Unconventional monetary policy in the UK: a modern money critique, Economic Issues, 18(2), 41-64.

 

Watts, M.J. and Sharpe, T.P. (2013) Immutable laws of debt dynamics, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 36(1), 59-84.

 

Sharpe, T.P. and Watts, M.J. (2012) Policy advice in crisis: how inter-governmental organisations have responded to the GFC, Journal of Australian Political Economy, 69, Winter, 103-133.

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