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Jure Jeric - Associate Fellow

Jure Jeric

While at Warwick

Jure was the editor of Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research, 2012 - 2013, while an undergraduate studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics. During his time at Warwick, he was awarded the Outstanding Student Contribution Award and the Philippa Sherrington Award for Academic Excellence, ultimately graduating with a first class honours degree.

Now

Jure Jeric is a predoctoral fellow at Global Economic Governance programme and a DPhil (PhD) researcher, whose thesis explores Political Economy of Finance: Securities Markets Regulation.

Jure's research and academic engagements are supported by the Economic and Social Research Council and the Institute for New Economic Thinking.

In addition to teaching statistics to graduate students; Jure is an Associate Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning, which has shaped his teaching philosophy centred around interdisciplinarity and research-led learning.

Jure holds degrees from Warwick (BA) and Oxford (MSc), whilst his professional experience includes work in investment banking and consulting international financial institutions.