Three DCU Business School Professors recognized as amongst the top 2% of scientists worldwide
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.
The 2021 study, led by Stanford University and published in Elsevier BV, ranks scientists across the world, based on a composite citation index from the Scopus database. The study ranks the impact that the work of each researcher has had on their peers.
Professor David Collings is Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Research. David’s work focuses on strategically managing HR with a particular focus on talent management, global mobility and the future of work.
Professor Shaen Corbet is Professor of Finance. Shaen’s work focuses on financial economics, financial technology (fintech), financial markets, banking, crisis and financial stress measurement, crisis management, and the effects of crises on financial markets.
Professor Maura McAdam is Professor of Management and Director of Entrepreneurship. Maura’s work focuses on the area of entrepreneurship having particular expertise in gender, entrepreneurial leadership, technology entrepreneurship, and family business
On behalf of the faculty, Professor O’Gorman, Executive Dean noted:
“On behalf of DCU Business School, I would like to congratulate Professor David Colling, Professor Shaen Corbet and Professor Maura McAdam on being ranked as amongst the top 2% of scientists globally. This is an outstanding achievement. Their success highlights how DCU Business School professors are shaping research and education internationally. It is testimony to the depth of expertise of our faculty. Having our professors leading international research on contemporary organisational and market challenges is core to the education and classroom experience we provide to our pre-experience, post-experience and executive students.”
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