Stephen Hastings-King and Kelly Grotke are the founding partners of Pattern Recognition: A Research Collective.
Both have worked extensively in the field of securities valuation, where they have conducted regulatory and market research, written reports on financial instruments, valuation methodologies, regulations, and related issues, and co-authored comment letters to various national (SEC, PCAOB, FSOC) and international (IVSC, IASB, IACVS) agencies on fair valuation of securities and related issues.
Stephen has created several training/educational materials on finance and fair-value accounting, while Kelly participated in the IVSC’s Exploratory Financial Reporting working group for two years, helping draft international guidance on valuation standards.
Stephen is a writer, researcher and former university teacher with a Ph.D. in Modern European History from Cornell University. He is the author of Looking for the Proletariat: Socialisme ou Barbarie and the Problem of Worker Writing (Haymarket, 2015) and numerous articles.
Aside from working in securities valuation, Kelly has held fellowships at the Eric Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Helsinki and the Society of the Humanities at Cornell University. She is co-editor (with Markus Prutsch) of Constitutionalism, Legitimacy, and Power: Nineteenth-Century Experiences (Oxford, 2014). Her work has appeared in Humanity Journal, al-Jumhuriya, and The American Prospect, among other places. She has a PhD in Modern European History from Cornell University.
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