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Jill Johnes has been in the Department of Economics of Lancaster University Management School since 1988, having previously worked at British Aerospace, Warton Division. She is currently estimating the efficiency of English universities using a parametric multiple-output multiple-input distance function. In 2011 Johnes received a National Teaching Fellowship for her excellence in teaching.
In an article from The Conversation’s ‘Hard Evidence’ series, Lancaster’s Jill Johnes looks at the numbers and finds the more mature undergraduate population has grown slowly, but with a spike this year.