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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Michael Jennings
Senior Lecturer and Chair of Centre of African Studies
Dr Michael Jennings is Chair of the Centre of African Studies, University of London, and a Senior Lecturer in International Development in the Department of Development Studies, SOAS, University of London. He specialises in non-state actors, development and service delivery, and also on health and development. His geographic focus is sub-Saharan Africa. Michael has provided expert analysis and briefings to a range of clients from private and public sector, including large companies investing in East Africa and diplomatic staff. He has undertaken advisory work in a number of areas related to development, African politics and health issues. Michael has also served as a consultant for a number of media and news outlets, both national and international, and has appeared as an expert analyst on both national and international news media. He has also published in national UK newspapers. Michael is also blogs on issues around African politics, economy, aid and development.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Camilla Jensen
Director of Studies and Associate Professor
I am currently serving as Director of Studies and Associate Professor with School of Economics at University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus. Previously I have worked at Kadir Has University in Istanbul, Copenhagen Business School and Copenhagen University. I graduated with a PhD in Economics from University of Southern Denmark (Odense Campus) in 2000. My specialization is in the area of international economics, comparative economic systems and economic growth.

Semenyih
Malaysia

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Prof Roger Jeynes
Professor of Management Practice
Roger Jeynes is Professor of Management Practice in the Lord Ashcoroft International Business School of Anglia Ruskin University

Cambridge
United Kingdom

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Mr Robert Johnson
Lecturer in Cross-cultural Management
Consultant, Trainer and Lecturer in Cross-cultural Management specialising in Japanese business

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Matthew Johnson
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
Dr Matthew Johnson is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of York, UK. He has published scholarly articles on cultural diversity, liberalism, Marxism and invasive cultural rites, such as male and female circumcision. He is editor of the journal Global Discourse and deputy-editor of Studies in Marxism, has edited The Legacy of Marxism published by Continuum and has a forthcoming book to be published by Palgrave MacMillan entitled A Theory of Cultural Evaluation, which examines the contribution of culture to human wellbeing. He has taught at the Universities of Queensland, Newcastle, York and Iceland. He is currently developing a project examining welfare regimes, cultural diversity and wellbeing by organising a cross-cultural exchange between people from an Aboriginal Australian community and a former coal mining community in his native North East of England.

York
United Kingdom

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Dr Timothy Johnson
Lecturer
I was th eRCUK's Academic Fellow in Financial Mathematics between 2006-2001,. In this capacity, in 2009, I drafted a response to th e Turner Review on the role of mathematics in finance. I have developed extensive knowledge of the historical and cultural relationship between finance and mathematics (from Fibonacci to 2007). My mathematical research centres on stochastic control and is developing in the area of complex adaptive networks.

Edinburgh
United Kingdom

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