Jim Power is an experienced Economics lecturer, providing a firm grounding in the subject, while at the same time bringing economics to life in an engaging way for students. The approach is a highly interactive engagement with students, with lively debate encouraged! The aim of the course material is to provide a theoretical understanding of economics that students can relate to the economic environment today. Jim covers course material in the following areas;
- Business Economics
- Financial Management
He has taught Financial Management to under-graduates in Dublin City University; Economics on the Local Government MBA at Dublin City University and Business Economics on the Executive MBA and the Full Time MBA at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin. In academic year 2018/19 he is teaching Economics on the Full Time MSc Management and the Full Time MBa at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin.
Deep analysis, insightful conclusions and valuable forecasts of economic factors at a global, national, sector or industry level to enhance…
Insightful examination of the impact of past events, to support a legal strategy
Insightful communication of the economic environment to engage audiences at think tanks, conferences and business events.
Economics brought to life and delivery of relevant, contemporary knowledge to improve the learning experience of students…
Analysis and forecasting of economic conditions to assist in corporate or sector strategy development
Economic overviews to support Continuous Personal Development programmes