Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Exeter

Jack Rogers is a Senior Lecturer (Education and Scholarship) in Economics, with a research background in Applied Macroeconomics. After obtaining an honours degree at Exeter, he went on to work as an Economist in the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) for two years. Later, NICS awarded him a scholarship to study for an MSc in Economics, bringing him back ‘home‘ to Exeter, and this in turn led to a Graduate Teaching Assistant Scholarship. Since then, he has supported teaching on a range of modules including Statistics, Econometrics, Mathematics for Economists, and Macroeconomics. His PhD was supervised by Professor Simon Wren-Lewis and Professor Tatiana Kirsanova.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Exeter