Lecturer Diaries

Can a Man be a Prophet in Another Land?

Gonzalo Forgues-Puccio, University of St Andrews
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Some thoughts about studying and teaching in the UK

Gonzalo Forgues-Puccio
University of St Andrews
Published August 2009

Still standing on the table: The New Lecturer's Workshop, part deux

Benjamin H. Mitra-Kahn, City University, London
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Benjamin H. Mitra-Kahn
City University, London
benjamin@mitrakahn.com
Published April 2009

Developing listening skills at an Economics Network event

Sabah Abdullah, University of Bath
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Sabah Abdullah
University of Bath
s.abdullah@bath.ac.uk
Published January 2009

The New Lecturers Workshop: A win-win situation for economists

Benjamin H. Mitra-Kahn, City University
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Benjamin H. Mitra-Kahn
City University, London
benjamin@mitrakahn.com
Published November 2008

A Young Lecturer in a Distance Learning University

Cristina Santos, The Open University
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Cristina Santos, The Open University
Contact: c.santos@open.ac.uk
Published August 2007

Beginning a Career in Higher Education

Oliver Marnet, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
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Oliver Marnet
School of Management and Business, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Published February 2007

This essay is a reflection on starting a career in teaching economics in higher education, with an emphasis on the incentives and disincentives in promoting teaching quality.

Reflections on Teaching in Higher Education

Oliver Marnet, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
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Oliver Marnet
School of Management and Business, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Published September 2007

The Student I Used To Be

Nikos Nikiforakis, Royal Holloway College, University of London
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Nikos Nikiforakis
Royal Holloway College, University of London

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This essay is a personal reflection on the importance of teaching economics, the present lack of incentives in promoting teaching quality in higher education, and the naturally unique role of teaching assistants.

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