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Dr David Jenkins BA (Hons), MSc, MA, PhD


E-mail: d.jenkins1@uwtsd.ac.uk

  • Banking and business background (1970 – 1996)
  • Lecturer in Further Education (1997 – 2002)
  • Lecturer in Higher Education (2002 – present day

Political Studies Association

  • Accounting and Finance, Economics, Business, Quantitative Methods, Research Methods
  • Subjects at Newman University:
    • Finance and Enterprise
    • Managing Marketing
    • Sustainable Project Management
    • Management Accounting and Decision-Making
    • Research Methods
    • Global Economic and Financial Systems
    • Dissertation Research Project
  • Contemporary Issues in Global Business
  • Managing Financial Performance
  • Research Methods
  • Dissertation supervision
  • Subjects at UCB:
    • Financial Management
    • Resources Management Economics
    • Strategic Management
    • Dissertation Research Project
    • Strategic Risk Management
    • Resources Management Strategic Financial Analysis
    • Revenue Performance Analysis
    • Research Methods
    • Dissertation Project Financial Management
    • Management Accounting
    • International Financial Management
    • Subjects in Further Education:
    • Marketing Environment
    • Marketing Communications
    • International Marketing
    • Management Information for Marketing Decisions
    • Managing in a Business Context
    • Managing Information
    • Business Taxation
    • Financial Accounting
    • Management Accounting Systems
    • Cash and Credit Transactions

Political economy, financial technology, economics of the European Union

Political economy, financial technology, economics of the European Union


‘Research Concepts and Methods -3’ Journal of Sports Therapy, July, 3 (2) 


‘Research Concepts and Methods -3’ Journal of Sports Therapy,  3 (1) 


‘Research Concepts and Methods -2’, Journal of Sports Therapy  2 (3) 


‘Where have all the ideologies gone?’ Praxis 4(1)


‘Research, philosophy, and the concept of complementarity between qualitative and quantitative methods’ Praxis 4(1)


‘Doctor Who and the credit crunch. The paradoxes of capitalism’s regenerative transitions, The Hospitality Review, 11(2)


‘What is Globalisation? A framework for hospitality and tourism research students, The Hospitality Review, 10 (4)


‘Plagiarism: les Hobbes, more Kant, or has radical assessment reform now become an imperative?’ Praxis 1(1)


‘Towards a supracapitalism? The national capitalisms of the European Union and its developing polity’ Journal of European Affairs (August)

External Examiner for nine years in Business, Economics, and Accounting and Finance for the University of East Anglia and the University of Worcester