Pictured: Dr Edel Conway Associate Dean of Research
Welcome to our vibrant research community at DCU Business School. We are extremely proud to deliver world-class research, combining highly rigorous academic standards with a strong focus on the practical needs of business, government and society.
I invite you to peruse our webpages to learn more about our excellent research, including that offered through our research centres and our wider faculty and post-graduate community.
Alberica Camerani is a PhD student participating in the Innovative Training Networks "Markets" funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 861034. The…
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On 4th May the National Centre for Family Business hosted its first event of the year, providing attendees with insights on how family values and purpose are the key ingredients in fostering talent in your Family Business and to the longevity…
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20/12/2021: Wexford County Council in collaboration with the Irish Institute of Digital Business (IIDB) at Dublin City University is using Hello Lamp Post to bring state of the art interactive AI technology to various sites across Gorey, encouraging…
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Performance management is always a “hot topic” for employers because it is the primary mechanism through which the strategy of the organisation is translated into behaviours that affect an organisation’s most precious resource, their customers.
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The cultural conversation around entrepreneurship tends to focus predominantly on the male experience. This may not come as a surprise as entrepreneurship has traditionally been associated with men and was once considered a form of masculinity.…
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We are very proud to share that three Dublin City University Business School colleagues, Professors David Collings, Shaen Corbet and Maura McAdam, have been ranked as amongst the top 2% of scientists globally for research impact.
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Dublin City University’s Irish Institute of Digital Business and the University of Tulsa’s Collins College of Business and have signed an agreement to promote research-focused cooperation and exchanges between faculty, administrative staff,…
https://business.dcu.ie/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/iStock-973715182-1-scaled-e1633354349659.jpg17072560Ciara Feeneyhttps://business.dcu.ie/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Web-Logo-2-1030x238.pngCiara Feeney2021-10-04 13:11:072021-10-04 13:32:41DCU’s IIDB academic network expands Stateside with dotLab MidWest at the University of Tulsa
DCU & NUIG Galway research finds four hybrid organisational models dependent on the context in which tasks are performed and the internationalisation of the organisation's workforce.
Today, September 20th marks the phased reopening of offices…
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El Salvador’s citizens woke up at the beginning of September to a new currency – bitcoin. All citizens were given a small amount of bitcoin to start them on their digital money journey, and shops have to accept crypto payments. It’s a…
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