Simon's research interests lie in the areas of international financial markets, monetary theory, global political economy and Marxian economics.
'Can Sequential and Non-Dualistic Interpretation of Marx’s Monetary Thought be Synthesised with the Endogenous Money Paradigm?' (2011) Critique: International Journal of Socialist Economics, 39 (2) pp.233-246.
'Local Sustainable Exchanges: Local Complementary Currencies, LETS and Time-Backed Currencies', Chapter (written in conjunction with Carl Adams) in 'Green Finance and Sustainability: Environmentally Aware Business Models and Technologies', Edited by Dr Zongwei Luo, 2011.
'Corporate and Social Transformation of Money and Banking: Breaking the Serfdom' (2010) with co-editor Carl Adams, (Chippenham, Palgrave Macmillan).
'The Case for Monetary Diversity' (2010) International Journal of Complementary Currency Research, Vol 14, A 17-28.
'Evaluating Stephen Zarlenga’s Treatment of Historical Monetary Thought' International Journal of Social Economics, Oct, issue 11, 2008.
Simon is currently working on credit cycle drivers and has just finished a 17 minute video that depicts a monetary theory of production, using an analogy of a steam train, from a Marxian perspective. Further details of his work are available on the
Solent Electronic Archive