Department:Economics and International Business
Imko is passionate about the philosophy and history of economic thought, and he is a dedicated pluralist and heterodox economist. He is currently working on ontological pluralism and choices under pluralism in economics.
Imko completed his PhD in Economics and Philosophy of Economics at Anglia Ruskin in December 2016. He did his undergraduate degree in Germany and his Masters in New Zealand. His research focuses on the philosophy and history of economic thought, and specifically on eclectic choices under pluralism in economics. As such, his research utilises methodology and knowledge from various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, including economics and contemporary philosophy of (social) science.
Meyenburg, I., 2013. An investment model for South Africa. The Empirical Economics Letters, 12(4), pp.345-350