DCU success at the 2016 Irish Academy of Management Conference
Congratulations to DCU Business School staff on successes at the 2016 Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference.
This year the conference explored the theme ‘Ireland 2016: Re-imagining business and the role of ethics‘, examining ways in which business and the business community can make a contribution to building a sustainable and ethical economy and society. The awards were as follows:
Best Paper (Conference theme)
Brian Harney and Tony Dundon ‘Re-imagining student learning in the house of neo-liberalism: Amazon and the contemporary business school’
Teresa Brannick Memorial Award
Brian Harney and Tony Dundon
Runner Up Best Paper Award
Maura McAdam, Eric Clinton, Martina Brophy ‘An Exploration of the Entrepreneurial Learning Processes in a Transgenerational Entrepreneurial Family Firm’
About the Irish Academy of Management
The Irish Academy of Management is the leading professional association for management studies, research and education on the island of Ireland. The Academy promotes the advancement of research, knowledge and education in the field of organisation and management studies through providing opportunities for researchers to collaborate within and across the sub-area specialities of management and encouraging presentation and publication of scholarly research
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