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Jack Fosten is a Senior Lecturer in Economics and Deputy Director of the Data Analytics for Finance and Macro (DAFM) Research Centre at King's Business School. More biographical information can be found on his personal website.

In research, Jack works on econometric theory and methodology for forecasting and nowcasting important economic variables like real GDP growth. He is also interested in applying econometrics to other fields like energy, environment and climate modelling. His research has been published in journals including the Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, the Journal of Applied Econometrics and Energy Economics.

In teaching, Jack is passionate about delivering econometrics modules and has been shortlisted for the King's Education Awards each year since joining King's, receiving a number of student nominations. He was awarded the Senior Fellowship of the HEA (SFHEA) in 2020, and is also an Associate of the Economics Network as well as a Certified Management & Business Educator of the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS).

Jack holds other responsibilities at King's, as a representative of the Academic Board and as a member of the HEA Recognition Panel at the King's Academy.

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