Inna is a module co-ordinator for the level 4 module Economics and Globalization. She is also MA dissertations Coordinator. Before joining the University she worked as a Senior Lecturer at St. Petersburg University of Finance and Economy (Russia), where she gained her PhD in Economics, then as a visiting lecturer at the University of the West of England and as a Researcher for Economics Network at the University of Bristol http://www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/.
Inna's research interests are in the area of the current state of teaching and learning in Economics in the UK and financial literacy of students. She has conducted regular surveys of students, lecturers, graduates and employers to inform the Network's support role and give a voice to the HE Economics community. She is currently involved in 2 EU Tempus projects and in EN collaboration project on Student's expectations. Inna disseminates the results at various conferences and workshops in UK, USA, Australia and Russia.
Inna is also very involved with various aspects of Financial literacy, especially among students and conduct research in this area, writes and talks about it at the conferences. She is pioneering teaching students basics of Personal Finance in her module.
- Inna has a PhD in Economics.
- Inna is an Academic Associate and a Fellow of Higher Education Academy and Associate of Economics Network.
- Micro and Macro Economics, Game theory, International Economics and Business.
PhD Research supervision
- Game theory applications
- Behavioural economics
- Financial literacy
- Use of games and simulations
- Interactive teaching.
Broad range qualitative and quantitative methods.
Economics / Economics education
Research and academic outputs
Pomorina, I (2016) 'New developments in the UK economics higher education.' In: Kameneva, E, ed. Образовательные программы и профессиональные стандарты: поиск эффективного взаимодействия. OAO ИТКОР, Moscow, pp. 148-151. ISBN 9785000820377
Sloman, J and Pomorina, I (2012) 'Supporting economics higher education in the United Kingdom.' In: Hoyt, G.M and McGoldrick, K, eds. International handbook on teaching and learning economics. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 759-771. ISBN 9781848449688
«TOWN AND GOWN»: УНИВЕРСИТЕТ В ГОРОДСКОМ СОЦИАЛЬНО-ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОМ И КУЛЬТУРНО-ИСТОРИЧЕСКОМ ПРОСТРАНСТВЕ ЕВРОПЫ (НА ПРИМЕРЕ ВЕЛИКОБРИТАНИИ, ГЕРМАНИИ, ФРАНЦИИ И ПОЛЬШИ) = «Town and gown»: university in the city of socio-economic and cultural-historical space of Europe (for example of Great Britain, Germany, France and Poland)
Belov, V, Kolesova, O, Pomorina, I and Oplakanskaya, R (2016) '«TOWN AND GOWN»: УНИВЕРСИТЕТ В ГОРОДСКОМ СОЦИАЛЬНО-ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОМ И КУЛЬТУРНО-ИСТОРИЧЕСКОМ ПРОСТРАНСТВЕ ЕВРОПЫ (НА ПРИМЕРЕ ВЕЛИКОБРИТАНИИ, ГЕРМАНИИ, ФРАНЦИИ И ПОЛЬШИ) = «Town and gown»: university in the city of socio-economic and cultural-historical space of Europe (for example of Great Britain, Germany, France and Poland).' Вестн. Том. гос. ун-та. История = Tomsk State University Journal of History, 6 (44). pp. 87-97. ISSN 2311-2387
Pomorina, I (2016) Financial literacy of students (case of one UK university). In: Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education (CTREE), 1-3 June 2016, JW Marriot, Atlanta, Ga. USA.
Pomorina, I (2016) The new developments in economics and financial education in the UK. In: Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation and the International Association of Financial and Economic Education Institutions (IAFEEI): Annual Research Conference, 30 March - 2 April 2016, Moscow, Russia.
Pomorina, I (2015) Different, different but the same: economics and business students survey results. In: Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education (CTREE), 27-29 May 2015, Radisson Blu, Minneapolis, USA.