The Economics Network

The Economics Network  aims to enhance the quality of learning and teaching throughout the higher education economics community. 

"By providing additional support to lecturers and students alike, [the Economics Network] plays an invaluable role in furthering the university study of economics.” - Sir Charles Bean, RES President and Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.

The EN provides a web of contacts throughout the country connecting teachers working in a wide variety of institutions. A network that catalyses the spread of new techniques and better teaching within economics by providing publications, events and other resources to support university teachers of economics throughout the UK and worldwide.

The Economics Network is supported by the Royal Economic Society, the Scottish Economic Society and 37 UK higher education economics departments. If your department is not yet part of this community please see the EN website for more information about benefits and how to join.

The Economics Network offers a range of departmental visits and workshops at no charge as well as national and international events.Contact the EN for more details.

The EN also conducts regular surveys to research the current state of teaching and learning in Economics Higher Education in the UK including National Surveys of Economics Lecturers. A main objective of this survey is to clarify current practices and issues of concern to Economics lecturers and their students. An executive summary and full report are available on their site.
For further information go to the Economics Network website

The Economics Network also hosts sites which support student learning, including

Take a look here to see more about the EN.

Latest from the EN

Teaching resources for early career lecturers and teaching assistants:

Autumn workshop series and follow-up symposium specifically designed for Economics Postgraduate Teaching Assistants/Tutors (GTAs) Free to UK GTAs details and booking here

See Events page for Project Workshop on Acdemic Self-Efficacy and Learning in Higher Education

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