Stephen Kinsella

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Stephen Kinsella (born 1978) is an Irish economist.[1][2] He is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Limerick's Kemmy Business School in Ireland[3] and a columnist with Ireland's Sunday Business Post. He has written a number of books about the Irish economy.[4][5] He is associated with the Post Keynesian school of economic thought in general and the development of stock flow consistent models in particular.[6]


Kinsella has a BA from Trinity College, Dublin, a PhD from NUI, Galway, and a second PhD from the New School for Social Research.


  1. ^ Kinsella, Stephen (16 June 2018). "Stephen Kinsella's | author page".
  2. ^ "Stephen Kinsella – Associate Professor of Economics, University of Limerick". Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  3. ^ "Dr. Stephen Kinsella | KBS". Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  4. ^ 1978-, Kinsella, Stephen (2009). Ireland in 2050 : how we will be living. Dublin, Ireland: Liberties. ISBN 9781905483693. OCLC 491310838.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  5. ^ Understanding Ireland's economic crisis : prospects for recovery. Kinsella, Stephen, 1978-, Leddin, Anthony J. Blackrock, Dublin: Blackhall. 2010. ISBN 9781842181980. OCLC 724071393.CS1 maint: others (link)
  6. ^ ORCID. "Stephen Kinsella (0000-0002-7943-4797) - ORCID | Connecting Research and Researchers". Retrieved 2018-06-25.
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