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Mr Jon Guest


J.Guest@coventry.ac.uk

Principal Lecturer
Economics, Finance and Accounting
FACULTY OF BUSINESS,ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY
Coventry University
Priory Street
Coventry
CV1 5FB
Building: William Morris Building
Room: WM216
Main Duties: Faculty Teaching Fellow

Qualifications

  • M.A., Economics, University of East Anglia
  • B.A., Economics, Portsmouth Polytechnic

Research Interests

  • Teaching and Learning in Economics
  • Behavioural Economics
  • Organisational Economics
  • The Use of Classroom Experiments in Teaching Microeconomics

Selected Outputs

  • Guest, J. 'The Economics of Competitive Balance in Sport'. In The Business of Sports Management. Ed. by Beech, J., and Chadwick, S. Pearson Education
  • Guest, J. (2012) Assessment and Feedback: A Handbook for Economics Lecturers. The Economics Network
  • Guest, J. (2009) Using FEELE Online Experiments in Teaching. Available from http://bit.ly/9M7uoP
  • Guest, J. (2009) Introducing Games/Experiments into an Intermediate Microeconomics Module. Available from http://bit.ly/9Ujqy6
  • Guest, J. (2007) Introducing Classroom Experiments into an Introductory Microeconomics Module. Available from http://bit.ly/d6oVZO
  • Guest, J. (2007) 'Playing Games'. Economics Network Newsletter (10),4-4
  • Guest, J. (2004) 'The Economics of Competitive Balance in Sport'. In The Business of Sports Management. Ed. by Beech, J., and Chadwick, S. Pearson Education
  • Guest, J. (2000) 'Government Policy and Training in Small Firms: A Game Theory Approach'. British Economy Survey 30 (1)

Selected Funding

  • 2008-2009, The Relative Impact of Classroom Experiments on More Objective Measures of Student Learning, Economics Network, £5,000
  • 2007-2008, The Impact of Classroom Experiments on Student Learning in an Intermediate Microeconomics Module, Economics Network, £3,000
  • 2006-2007, An Investigation into the Impact of Classroom Experiments on the Understanding of Threshold Concepts, Economics Network, £1,000

Selected Professional Activities

  • 2011: National Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • 2006-present: Associate of the Economics Network
  • 2008-present: Regional Network Coordinator of the Economics Network
  • 2007-present: Member of the Government Economic Service Working Group set up to investigate the skills and knowledge needed by Economists in Government

Teaching

  • 100ECN: Principles of Economics
  • 200ECN: Intermediate Economics
  • 310ECN: Advanced Economic Issues
  • 323ECN: Economics of HRM

Other Responsibilities

  • Member of the Economics Course Management Team
  • Managing the employability link with the Government Economic Service

Mr Jon Guest

Principal Lecturer
Economics, Finance and Accounting
FACULTY OF BUSINESS,ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY
Coventry University
Priory Street
Coventry
CV1 5FB
Building: William Morris Building
Room: WM216
Main Duties: Faculty Teaching Fellow

Qualifications

  • M.A., Economics, University of East Anglia
  • B.A., Economics, Portsmouth Polytechnic

Research Interests

  • Teaching and Learning in Economics
  • Behavioural Economics
  • Organisational Economics
  • The Use of Classroom Experiments in Teaching Microeconomics

Selected Outputs

  • Guest, J. 'The Economics of Competitive Balance in Sport'. In The Business of Sports Management. Ed. by Beech, J., and Chadwick, S. Pearson Education
  • Guest, J. (2012) Assessment and Feedback: A Handbook for Economics Lecturers. The Economics Network
  • Guest, J. (2009) Using FEELE Online Experiments in Teaching. Available from http://bit.ly/9M7uoP
  • Guest, J. (2009) Introducing Games/Experiments into an Intermediate Microeconomics Module. Available from http://bit.ly/9Ujqy6
  • Guest, J. (2007) Introducing Classroom Experiments into an Introductory Microeconomics Module. Available from http://bit.ly/d6oVZO
  • Guest, J. (2007) 'Playing Games'. Economics Network Newsletter (10),4-4
  • Guest, J. (2004) 'The Economics of Competitive Balance in Sport'. In The Business of Sports Management. Ed. by Beech, J., and Chadwick, S. Pearson Education
  • Guest, J. (2000) 'Government Policy and Training in Small Firms: A Game Theory Approach'. British Economy Survey 30 (1)

Selected Funding

  • 2008-2009, The Relative Impact of Classroom Experiments on More Objective Measures of Student Learning, Economics Network, £5,000
  • 2007-2008, The Impact of Classroom Experiments on Student Learning in an Intermediate Microeconomics Module, Economics Network, £3,000
  • 2006-2007, An Investigation into the Impact of Classroom Experiments on the Understanding of Threshold Concepts, Economics Network, £1,000

Selected Professional Activities

  • 2011: National Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • 2006-present: Associate of the Economics Network
  • 2008-present: Regional Network Coordinator of the Economics Network
  • 2007-present: Member of the Government Economic Service Working Group set up to investigate the skills and knowledge needed by Economists in Government

Teaching

  • 100ECN: Principles of Economics
  • 200ECN: Intermediate Economics
  • 310ECN: Advanced Economic Issues
  • 323ECN: Economics of HRM

Other Responsibilities

  • Member of the Economics Course Management Team
  • Managing the employability link with the Government Economic Service