Jennifer joined the University of Liverpool Management School in August 2010. She previously lectured in the Department of Geography, University of Liverpool and the School of Geography, University of Manchester. Jennifer trained as an economic geographer before moving to management. She works on research issues of inter-disciplinary interest including globalisation, the agglomeration of economic activities, entrepreneurship and innovation and global trade and production networks.
Her latest research projects focus on the impact of additive manufacturing on the form and geography of supply chains and on the impact of the Modern Slavery Act on chocolate and clothing supply chains to the developing world.
- Economic Geography Research Group PhD prize (Economic Geography Research Group 2006)