Professor Teresa Hogan
Teresa Hogan is Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance at DCU Business School. She is a member of the National Centre for Family Business and is project manager for the Small Business Charter at DCU.
Research: Her research interest lies in SME financing, working capital, venture capital, and acquisitions. Teresa has published in finance and entrepreneurship journals including; the Journal of Corporate Finance, Global Finance Journal, Venture Capital, Journal of Technology Transfer, Journal of Small Business Management and International Small Business Journal.
Funded Projects: Marie Skłodowska-Curie, H2020, European Training Network, Global India (2017) The impact of global acquisitions on the growth of indigenous high-tech software start-ups and the development of technology clusters in local economy.
Irish Research Council (2013) Assessing the Impact of Publicly Funded Research and Development in Ireland. Programme of Research in Third Level Institutions (2008) Knowledge Sharing and Transfer in University Research Centres.
Teaching: Teresa specialises in teaching high-technology entrepreneurship to multi disciplinary groups. She was the first recipient of the President’s Award for Contribution to the University in 1999 and shortlisted for Teaching and Learning Awards in 2006, 2013 and 2014.
She was Director of Doctoral Studies at DCU Business School from 2011 to 2014 and teaches a module on writing a literature review for PhD students.