Imperial College London

Cloda Jenkins

Business School

Professorial Teaching Fellow in Economics and Public Policy
 
 
 
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Contact

 

c.jenkins

 
 
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Location

 

457ACE ExtensionSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Invited talks and conferences

  •   Building a Learning Community Using a Multimedia Project, with P Chaudhury, poster session at the 2022 ASSA meetings, Jan 2022
  • Coping with Covid in our Classes:  An evaluation of adaptable teaching and learning design in economics, with P Chaudhury, Southern Economics Association Conference, Economics Education Presidential Sessions, November 2021
  • Helping Students Succeed in Economics, CTaLE and Cornell University TeachECONference 2021, Session Chair, June 2021 [and conference co-organiser]
  • Coping with Covid in Our Classes: An Evaluation of Adaptable Teaching and Learning Design in Economics, with P Chaudhury, AEA CTREE 2021, June 2021
  • Employability Skills in Economics Degree, AEA CTREE 2021, June 2021 I
  • t Takes a Village – Collaborative Learning in a Pandemic and Beyond, with P Chaudhury, Keynote for 11th Annual South Alabama Conference on Teaching and Learning, May 2021
  • Taking the UCL first year challenge online, with P Chaudhury, J Sun and S Riddhi, UCL Education Conference, April 2021 [asynchronous]
  • Reflections on adaptable education in Economics – lessons learned for in-person teaching and learning, with P Chaudhry, T Nodee and N Hanfi, UCL Education Conference, April 2021
  • Better Together: Collaboration in Education, with P Chaudhury, UCL Professorial Inaugural lecture, March 2021
  • Connected Learning Lighting Talk, UCL Arena, September 2020 [student-facing]
  • Online teaching, Education workshop at the 2020 European Economics Association Virtual Congress, August 2020 [lead organiser of session]
  • Alternative Assessments in Economics, Economics Network Virtual Symposium Theme 4, jointly organised with P Chaudhury and S Paredes-Fuentes (Warwick), September 2020
  • Employability in Economics Degrees, University of Toronto Economic Teaching Community of Practice Seminar, July 2020
  • Why are academics not succeeding at developing student employability skills, Advance HE conference, July 2020
  • Improving Employability for Economics Students (Chair), CTaLE EconTEAching Seminar, June 2020
  • Employability in Economics Degrees, CTaLE and Cornell University TeachECONference, June 2020 Engaging students and academics with online learning, Economics Network Virtual Symposium Theme 1, jointly organised with D Petropolou (LSE), June 2020
  • Embedding employability skills in economics degrees, presentation at City University, March 2020 Student support – the human approach, UCL Arena Lunchtime Seminar, November 2019
  • Embedding employability skills in economics degrees, video presentation to meeting of Royal Economics Society Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics (CHUDE), October 2019
  • Teaching and assessing employability skills in economics, Special session at Developments in Economics Education Conference, September 2019 The employability skills gap in economics, with Stuart Lane (Economics Network), Developments in Economics Education Conference, September 2019
  • Blended learning for public engagement, with P Chaudhury, Developments in Economics Education Conference, September 2019
  • Activating Economics Teaching, with R Becker, A Birdi and H Llavador, European Economics Association Congress, August 2019
  • Mixed assessment strategies for inclusivity, with P Chaudhury and S Dal Bianco, UCL Education Conference, April 2019
  • Lessons on assessing group work at UCL Economics Education seminar, May 2018
  • Assessing group work with IPAC consortium at UCL Education Conference, April 2018
  • Joined-up approach to employability support, with UCL Careers and the Economist’s Society, UCL Education Conference, April 2018
  • Students as communicators workshop with CTaLE team, Developments in Economics Education Conference, Sept 2017
  • Is our assessment up to the job? panel discussion, Developments in Economics Education Conference, Sept 2017
  • Research-Based Education: Preparing Students to be Informed Citizens of Tomorrow, with CTaLE team at HEA Teaching and Learning Conference July 2017
  • Optimizing the student evaluation process, joint with P Chaudhury, poster presented at UCL Teaching and Learning Conference, May 2016
  • Generation Research: helping students become well-trained economists for the 21st Century, workshop with CTaLE team at Development in Economics Education Conference, Sept 2015
  • Make me a professional: Skills Lab in the Department of Economics, with CTaLE team at UCL Teaching and Learning Conference, April 2015
  • Changes in student expectations following the introduction of £9,000 fees, Economics Network collaborative project, presented at Developments in Economics Education Conference, Sept 2013
  • Teaching Skills for Life as an Economist, at UCL Teaching and Learning Conference, April 2013
  • Designing a syllabus with employability in mind, at UCL Economics Education Seminar, Jan 2013

Publications

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Jenkins C, Jenkins C (CMA) and Fletcher A (UEA CEP) (forthcoming Autumn 2021), CORE Insight on Digital Markets Competition and Regulation

Jenkins C and Chaudhury P (2020), Review of remote learning, Economics Observatory Article

Jenkins C and Chaudhury P (2020), A Guide to Adaptable Learning Design in Economics, with complementary ‘How to’ videos on CTaLE YouTube Channel

Jenkins C (forthcoming), Research-based education and employability in economics degrees, in online book What makes an economics degree ‘good’ (P Chaudhury (ed))

Jenkins C and Lane  S (2019), Employability Skills in UK Economics Degrees, report for the Economics Network

Jenkins C, Chaudhury P and Witte F (2017), Wiki Guide for Economics Lecturers, UCL Department of Economics

Jenkins C and Chaudhury P (2016), Optimizing the student evaluation process, working paper presented at AEA Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education

Jenkins C and Chaudhury P (2015), Better together? – Group work and its discontents, working paper presented at AEA Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education, May 2015

Jenkins C (2014) 'What is driving energy price rises?', IFS Green Budget 2014, February

Jenkins C and Nixon H (2011) ‘RIIO Economics: examining the economics underlying Ofgem’s new regulatory framework’, presented to CCRP Winter Workshop, February 2011

Jenkins C and Nixon H (2010) ‘Regulating energy networks in a sustainable era’, presentation to Platts Conference, European Transmission and Distribution Strategies, Amsterdam February 2010

Jenkins C and Nixon H (2010), Ofgem, ‘RPI-X@20 – Regulating Energy Networks for the Future: Recommendations’, Lead Author

Jenkins C and Nixon H (2010), Ofgem, ‘RPI-X@20 – Regulating Energy Networks for the Future: Emerging Thinking’, Lead Author.

Jenkins C and Nixon H (2009), Ofgem, ‘RPI-X@20 – Regulating Energy Networks for the Future: Principles, Process and Issues’, Lead Author.

Jenkins, C. M., Burns, P., & Weyman-Jones, T. G. (2006). Information and Incentives. In M. A. Crew, & D. Parker (Eds.), International Handbook on Economic Regulation (pp. 419 pages). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Jenkins, C. M., Burns, P., Mikkers, M., & Riechmann, C. (2006). The role of the policy framework for effectiveness of benchmarking in regulatory proceedings. In T. Coelli, & D. A. Lawrence (Eds.), Performance Measurement and Regulation of Network Utilities (pp. 380 pages). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Burns, P., Jenkins, C., & Riechmann, C. (2005). The role of benchmarking for yardstick competition. Utilities Policy, 13(4), 302-309.

Burns P, Jenkins Milczarek J and Riechmann C (2004), Yardstick competition – a win-win setting? Paper presented to International Conference on Applied Infrastructure Research, Berlin, 9th October 2004.