|Role||Senior Lecturer, Department of Marketing, Innovation, Leisure and Enterprise|
|Contact||Direct line:01902 323917
1990 – Present. Senior Lecturer, UWBS.
2009 – Present. Teaching included UG marketing modules and PG modules such as Quantitative Techniques, Business Context and Managing Information and Research in Organisation Studies. Admin role includes Course Leader – Marketing & joints and Marketing Dissertation Co-ordinator.
2002 -2009 Teaching marketing modules such as Marketing Principles, Tools and Techniques of Marketing, Marketing Planning and Marketing Communications. In addition, teaching CIM modules at the Diploma Level and its predecessor Advanced Certificate level.
1997 - 2002 Teaching economics and marketing modules and the admin roles were Admissions Tutor, WBS U/G Programmes and Admissions Co-ordinator, WBS.
1990 – 1997 Senior lecturer, Economics Division, UoW. Main teaching areas macroeconomics, economics of development and economic modelling. Admin roles included Economics Assessment Officer - Modular Degree & Diploma Scheme (MODDS) and Economics Dissertation Co-ordinator.
1989-1990 Lecturer and Researcher, Liverpool John Moores University. Teaching economics and quantitative methods. Research project on the role of small businesses in the local economy.
1987-1989 Honorary Research Fellow, Dept of Economics, UCL. Main research work was in the area of economic development in the LDCs and the role of primary commodity prices on the pace of development.
|Professional body membership and roles||1996 – 2002 Member, The International Association For Energy Economics (IAEE)|
|Research interests||Main research interests are in the areas of applied marketing research and the role of customer satisfaction in the framework of relationship management.|
Essay Book Review - “Our Common Future” - Published in the International Journal of Environmental Studies, 1987, Volume 30
Staff Seminar on Primary Commodity Prices and Development, Economics Division, 1994
“Determination of International Commodity Prices” paper presented to the International Conference at Gregynog on Prices and Economic Development, Newtown, Mid-Wales, 12-16 June 1989