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  • Birdthistle, Naomi (Cork Institute of Technology., 2007)
    Many family businesses begin with an innovative idea. In order to remain viable in an environment characterised by uncertainty and change, organisations and individuals alike depend upon an ability to learn. This paper ...
  • Birdthistle, Naomi (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2008)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether small and medium-sized family businesses in Ireland have the potential to be classified as learning organizations. Design/methodology/approach – The research ...
  • Lonergan, Patrick P. (University of Limerick, 2015)
    This research thesis consists of a theoretical and empirical exploration of cultural mediation. It articulates current conceptualisations while also questioning the mystified nature with which cultural intermediaries are ...
  • Raza, Hamid (University of Limerick, 2016)
    This study contributes to the existing literature on nancial development, crises, and recovery in small open economies. In this dissertation, we use Iceland as an example of a small open economy with a sovereign currency ...
  • Monaghan, Sinéad M.; Lavelle, Jonathan; Gunnigle, Patrick (Taylor and Francis, 2017)
    The dynamic interaction between locational attributes and foreign direct investment (FDI) is an important condition for successful economic activity. Yet while significant research has identified the integral role of ...
  • Hong, Hui (University of Limerick, 2014)
    This thesis is concerned with the predictability of equity market performance in China while accounting for the possibility of model instability. The study of return predictability, particularly that on time-varying ...
  • Kearney, Fearghal; Cummins, Mark; Murphy, Finbarr (Taylor and Francis Ltd, 2018)
    We utilise novel functional time series (FTS) techniques to characterise and forecast implied volatility in foreign exchange markets. In particular, we examine the daily implied volatility curves of FX options, namely; ...
  • Kougiannou, Nadia K.; Dundon, Tony; Wilkinson, Adrian (Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2019)
    In this paper we show how trust and justice influence the efficacy of employee information and consultation (I&C) bodies. Evidence is drawn from a 2‐year qualitative study of I&C participants in two organizations in the ...
  • Dundon, Tony (Taylor and Francis, 2019)
    This article presents an argument that work and employment relationships are increasingly ‘fractured’ and ‘fragmented’. The argument first reviews the changing contexts of investor-capitalism (financialisation), which shows ...
  • Flynn, Orla (University of Limerick, 2017)
    The provision of art and design higher education at the formerly-independent art colleges in Ireland and the United Kingdom is examined from an organisational and institutional perspective. It is argued that the historic ...
  • Bellet, Thierry; Cunneen, Martin; Mullins, Martin; Murphy, Finbarr; Pütz, Fabian; Spickermann, Florian; Braendle, Claudia; Baumann, Martina Felicitas (Elsevier, 2019)
    The provision of an adequate liability regime for ADAS technologies is an essential prerequisite for its roll out over the coming decade. Facing to the challenge of future highly automated vehicles, this paper proposed ...
  • Doyle, Eleanor; Perez-Alaniz, Mauricio (Centre for Strategic and International Entrepreneurship – Krakow, Poland, 2017)
    Objective: This article offers an extensive review of Sustainable Competitiveness as an integrating concept bridging current understandings around sustainable development and encompassing the aspects of economic, social ...
  • Costin, Yvonne; Drakopoulou Dodd, Sarah; Hynes, Briga; Lichrou, Maria (IP Publishing Ltd.,, 2013)
    There is scope for a better understanding of the development of entrepreneurial competences in students through experiential learning pedagogies by engaging them with the entrepreneurs in the entrepreneurs’ habitats. ...
  • Buckley, Patrick; Doyle, Elaine; Doyle, Shane (International Forum of Educational Technology & Society, 2017)
    Gamification is presented in the literature as a pedagogical innovation that may increase student engagement and enhance learning. This study explores students’ perceptions of a gamified learning intervention deployed in ...
  • Cummins, Mark; Kiely, Greg; Murphy, Bernard (Elsevier, 2018)
    A practical problem for energy companies is instituting a consistent framework across its supply and trading activities to deliver on all-important P&L and at-Risk reporting requirements. With a focus on storage assets and ...
  • Sánchez-Vidal, Eugenia; Cegarra-Leiva, David; Cross, Christina (Emerald, 2019)
    Purpose – Attention on the issue of individual level conflict between work and life roles remains a feature of studies on work-life balance. However, few studies have examined gender differences in the work-to-life conflict ...
  • Flynn, Antoinette; Earlie, Emily Kate; Cross, Christine (Emerald, 2015)
    Purpose – This study aims to examine both male and female accountants’ perceptions of female career progression in the Accounting Profession in Ireland. This study is set in the context of a steady rise in the total ...
  • Kinsella, Stephen; Howe, John (University of Adelaide Press, 2018)
    The purpose of this chapter is to place the stagnation of Australian wages in the context of developments in other rich nations from the post-war period to today. We do this using internationally comparative data. We are ...
  • McDonnell, Anthony; Hickey, Catriona; Gunnigle, Patrick (Inderscience, 2011)
    In recent decades, interest in talent management has continued to grow among practitioners, consultants and academics. Conceptual development and subsequent empirical analysis has been limited and struggled to keep pace ...
  • Haapanen, Mika; Lenihan, Helena; Mariani, Marco (Taylor and Francis Ltd, 2014)
    Promoting Research and Development (R&D) and innovative activity is a key element of the EU Lisbon Agenda and is seen as playing a central part in stimulating economic development. In this paper we argue that, even allowing ...

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