- Professor Crossan joins EU Commission Expert Group
This high-level advisory panel of 42 representatives from local authorities, social entrepreneurs' organisations, the banking sector and the academic and university sector are consulted by the Commission on the development of social entrepreneurship and social economy in Europe.
- Comparative Perspectives between Europe and Asia
Professor Louis Brennan and research collaborator, Professor Philomena Murray examine the factors which drive regionalism and integration in their new book titled 'Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia'.
- Trinity MBA visit Shanghai
The ongoing evolution of the Trinity MBA programme saw the launch of our Emerging Markets Study Tour this year with students travelling to one of the top ranked business schools in Asia, Fudan University School of Management in Shanghai.
- Research on Non-Audit Services
Professor Domenico Campa and research collaborator Dr Raymond Donnelly, UCC, have just published a paper in the 3* ABS Journal Accounting and Business Research, which gathers the latest evidence of non-audit services provided to audit clients in large UK listed companies.
- International Residency Programme
Our MSc International Management students, led by director of the programme Professor Mary Keating, visited Fudan University recently as part of their MSc. International Residency programme.
- Celebrations for Trinity MBA
The Economist’s Executive Education Rankings 2015 has ranked Trinity Business School’s Executive MBA programme in 59th place worldwide. The programme is ranked first in Ireland, in the top 40 globally by QS and within the top ten in Europe by ranking agency Eduniversal.
- Two Prizes for Teaching Fellow Neil Dunne
Trinity Business School Teaching Fellow in Accounting, Neil Dunne, has won two awards recently. His research concerns creating and testing a taxonomy of impression management strategies for audit firms. Details on this link.
- Invitation to The 2015 Trinity MBA Reception
The Trinity MBA Reception brings leading international and domestic organisations together with full-time and part-time Trinity MBA candidates and alumni. This year, Brendan Cannon (Trinity MBA, 1997) will be speaking about his career post-Trinity MBA.
- Innovation in the Public Sector
Professor Padraic Regan was an invited speaker at Loughborough University’s MBA Conference 2015. With the conference theme of innovation, Padraic’s session titled: 'Innovation in the Public Sector: A Case Study', drew on his experience as Head of Business Strategy for Dublin Airport Authority.
- International Residency Leuven Institute, Belgium
Our MBA students, full-time and part-time, spend a week specifically focussing on negotiation skills, cross border management and understanding global and regional drivers of change.
- TBA in association with BoI Host Award
Six of our outstanding Business students were honoured in the House of Lords last week in recognition of their extraordinary academic, community, sporting, cultural and business activities.
- gradireland 2015 Awards
The Trinity MSc International Management Course has been shortlisted by gradireland for their 2015 Postgraduate Business Course of the Year Award.
- Gold Market Innovation
Professor of Finance, Brian Lucey, speaks to Matthew Cowley of the Wall Street Journal about the move of some banks to participate in the new London Bullion Market Gold Price trading platform, while other banks express caution.
- First in Europe
In December 1965 the first MBA degrees were conferred in Trinity College Dublin, these students were also the first to receive management degrees in Europe!
Trinity Business School is currently recruiting for the following posts: Associate and Assistant Professors in Business x 8, Accreditation and Ranking Manager, MSc Programme Director, Postgraduate Career Development & Alumni Officer.
- Innovation, Entrepreneurship and New Venture Development
Professor Majella Giblin's students Jonathan McGee, Ali McGinley, Ciara McEniff & Patrick Folan won best video pitch of a business idea with 'GreenCar'. Judges included Peaches Kemp of Itsa, Ian Barrett of Joule and Sean Duffy Programme Director of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year.
- The Behaviour of Traders
Professor of Finance Brian Lucey demonstrates the idiosyncratic behaviour of traders at psychologically important price points in his latest research “Behavioral Influences in Non-Ferrous Metals Prices”.
- Keynote Speech by US Ambassador to Ireland
The United States Ambassador to Ireland, Kevin O'Malley, gave the keynote speech at the Trinity Business Alumni Ball recently. Ambassador O'Malley is an Irish American St. Louis attorney who was nominated by President Barack Obama in June 2014.
- Trinity Student Entrepreneurs
The Trinity Entrepreneurial Society (TES) and Dublin University Computer Science Society (DUCSS) organised a daylong event for business and computer science students to develop a realistic business concept.
- Career Zoo
Minister Richard Bruton joined Head of School, Professor Jim Quinn, and staff to launch Career Zoo recently. Career Zoo is Ireland’s keynote professional networking event. Over 10,000 job seekers attended the free one-day event on 21st February in Dublin's Convention Centre.
- TEF 2015 - Taking Economics Forward
TEF is Ireland’s first and largest student-run economic forum and was launched by President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins, in 2012. Since then TEF has grown rapidly in size and reputation. The 2015 Forum was held in Trinity College recently.
- Most Downloaded Article
Professor Domenico Campa and research collaborator Professor María-del-Mar Camacho-Miñano's article ‘Earnings management among bankrupt non-listed firms: evidence from Spain’ is among the most downloaded in Routledge Social Science in 2014.
- Eduniversal Rankings 2014-2015
The Trinity MBA and Trinity Executive MBA are ranked 9th and 6th respectively in Eduniversal's Best Masters and MBA's Western Europe 2014-2015.
- Trinity Business School Newsletter
Take a look at the 2nd edition of our Alumni Newsletter which aims to provide an update on what’s happening in the School, from teaching and research to major developments.
- Eduniversal Rankings 2014-2015
Trinity Business School is ranked among the top business schools in Western Europe in Eduniversal's Best Masters & MBAs 2014-2015.
- Professional Education
Research on professional education by Professor Martin Fellenz has just been published in the journal Educational Philosophy and Theory. The paper focuses on how the independent self and an external educator mix to form the professional self.
- Download our Brochure
The Trinity MBA is offered on a one-year full-time and two-year part-time basis.
- Research Seminars
The seminar series, organised by Professor Campa, continues throughout the academic year. Details of the next seminar will be posted here.
- Another Award for Tadhg Giles
Business & Spanish student, Tadgh Giles, who won the Island of Ireland Prize in the Business category of The Undergraduate Awards programme, has just won the BS & L Oglivy prize for his Strategic Management Case Study.
- Marathon Men
Current MBA student Ken Whitelaw and friend, Gerry Duffy, set the goal of running 32 marathons in 32 days. A documentary about the challenge will be shown on 14 December in the IFI at 1pm and on RTE 2 on 21 December at 8pm.
Congratulations to all the students who have recently graduated. We hope that you have fond memories of the Business School and wish you all the best for the future.
- Human Rights Defender
To celebrate Mary Lawlor’s award of an Honorary Doctorate by Trinity College on Friday 5th December, the School of Business hosted a public interview with Ms Lawlor on Thursday 4th December.
- Towards a China-EU Investment Treaty
This Inaugural China-Europe School of Law/Trinity College Dublin Symposium will be held on 5th December in the Long Room Hub. Details on this link.
- Entrepreneur of the Week
Check out our facebook page - throughout the year we are featuring different entrepreneurs. Find out about the start-up process, the best advice they received and their fondest memory of Trinity.
- No 1 in Ireland
Trinity Business School retains its place at 1st in Ireland, in the top 16 in Western Europe and one of the top 30 Business Schools in the world, as ranked by the global agency Eduniversal.
- The Buddy System
The Buddy System was set up in the summer of 2006 by Jessica Nesbitt and Donna Hogan, final year students in the Business School, to help incoming exchange students.
- Strategic Alliance
The School of Business has agreed an academic alliance with the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) joining a prestigious group of 12 international universities, including Carnegie Mellon University, University of Bamberg, and Boston University.
- Inclusive Design
Professor Mary Lee Rhodes and research collaborators Professor Mark Dyer, Director TrinityHaus and Mr Dick Gleeson, Dublin City Council Planner were part of the organizing team for a workshop on Inclusive Design in Norway recently.
- Medical Humanities Lecture Series
The Trinity Long Room Hub is holding a public lecture series on a new ‘interdiscipline’ - Medical Humanities. Professor Norah Campbell will be speaking on the subject of nanotechnology and invisiblity on the 18th November.
- Major Publication on Action Research
Professor David Coghlan is the lead editor of the newly-published SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research. A massive project, this publication will be in 2 volumes with 314 entries, see YouTube introduction here.
- Tadhg Giles is UA Island of Ireland Winner
Congratulations to Trinity Business & Spanish student, Tadhg Giles, who is the Island of Ireland Winner in the Business category of The Undergraduate Awards programme.
- Trinity Careers Week 2014
Starting on Monday 29th September, Careers Week is an opportunity for students to hear about the wide diversity of careers directly from employers, graduates and professional bodies.
- Professor Lucey in BBC Debate
British economist Michael Hughes, CBE and Professor Brian Lucey debate the economic merits of Scotland going it alone on World Business Report.
As the referendum in Scotland draws near, Professor Frank Barry's paper in the Oxford Review of Economic Policy highlights the history of Ireland's economic decisions and developments since independence.
- EU Workshop - S3 Platform
Professor Louis Brennan was an invited speaker at Farmleigh recently. The S3 Platform assists EU countries and regions to develop, implement and review their Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3).
- MBA 2014
Some of the full and part-time MBA Class of 2014 with staff and director, Michael Flynn, just before their final session. Congratulations from the Business School!
Business students are among the entrepreneurs which LaunchBox has mentored, through the guidance of the Trinity ‘Angels’, a network of entrepreneurs and business experts who are alumni and friends of Trinity.
- The End of Western Capitalism
Professor William Kingston's article in the Journal of Evolutionary Economics titled "Schumpeter and the End of Western Capitalism" discusses Schumpeter's prediction that centralised financing would follow the bailing-out of banks by governments.
- 30th EGOS Colloquium
School of Business Ph.D. students, Sheila Cannon and John Healy, presented their research at the 2014 Colloquium in Rotterdam.
- Journal Article Accepted
A paper written by Paul Lyons, Ph.D. student in the School of Business and Professor Louis Brennan titled "A typology and meta-analysis of oursourcing relationship frameworks" has been accepted for publication.
- Another Trinity MBA Success Story
Padraig Rushe (Trinity Part-time MBA 2013) has joined Neuromod Devices as Chief Commercial Officer. Neuromod is an Irish medtech start-up founded in 2010 by Dr. Ross O’Neill (Trinity Part-time MBA 2013).
- Guest Lecture
Indonesia's Ambassador to the EU, Arif Havas Oegroseno, gave a lecture to the MBA class, staff and members of the public recently. He is pictured here with Prof Louis Brennan, Trinity MBA Director Michael Flynn and Honorary Council Martin Murphy.
- Soaking up the Sunshine
A relaxed MSc International Management class outside the Dining Hall with programme director Professor Mary Keating on a sunny Dublin day, prior to submitting their dissertations next week and leaving Dublin.
- Magic, Devils and Marketing
Professor Norah Campbell recently co-hosted a conference in Carlingford on the often hidden role of myth in markets. The conference was co-organised with UCD, DCU, DIT, University of St. Andrews and University of Leicester.
- M Sc IM Graduate Published
Lufthansa pilot, Britta Berghoeffer, who graduated with a Trinity M Sc in International Management in 2013 and Professor Brian Lucey, have a paper in the International Review of Financial Analysis on the subject of fuel hedging.
Professor Norah Campbell presented 'The Violence of Marketing' at the 39th Annual Macromarketing Conference in London, where she was invited to join the editorial board of the Journal of Macromarketing.
- Win in University of Exeter
Congratulations to two of our most recent Senior Sophister students, Ian Leonard and Emma McErlean, who achieved first and second place respectively for their business concept development.
- Student Resources
Professor David Coghlan and Sage Publications have produced videos to accompany the 4th edition of 'Doing Action Research in Your Own Organisation' written by himself and the late Dr Teresa Brannick.
- Online Learning @ the School of Business
My Marketing Experience is an online simulation game co-developed by Professor Mairead Brady, Pearson Education and technology company Edmundo as part of the Online Learning @ the School of Business (OL@BS) initiative.
- 12th INFINITI Conference
Professor Brian Lucey chaired the 12th INFINITY Conference on International Finance at the Monash University Prato Centre in Prato, Tuscany in early June.
- Impression Management
School of Business Teaching Fellow Neil Dunne presented his research on the role of impression management in the hyper-rational auditing profession at conferences in Bangor, London, Belfast and Italy recently.
- Best Paper Award
Professor Domenico Campa and co-author Dr Ray Donnelly, NUI Cork were awarded best paper for their research in auditing at the Financial Auditing Workshop in the University of Verona.
- German Ambassador joins MBA 50th celebrations
As part of the 50th anniversary of the Trinity MBA, a German food and wine reception was held in the College Atrium with special guest German ambassador, Dr Eckhard Lübkemeier.
- Trinity MBA celebrates 50 years!
On 22nd May, current and former MBA students joined School of Business staff and business partners to celebrate the 50th year of the programme.
- Trinity MBA ranked No 1 in Ireland
The Trinity MBA is 12th in the full-time category and 7th for its new executive programme. This consolidates the Trinity MBA as the No 1 ranked MBA programme in Ireland in both full-time and part-time categories and in the top 15 in Western Europe.
- Women, Feminism and Business
Current Trinity MBA student, Hannah Deane, talks with QS Top MBA about her experience on the Trinity MBA programme and about women in business.
New Book: Kotler, K, Keller, K., Brady, M , Goodman, M., and Hansen T., (2012) Marketing Management, 2nd Edition, Pearson, London.
‘Winner of Best Paper in Track – Ecommerce Award’ - Zamani, F., and Brady, M., (2012) How is Web 2.0 understood in Marketing: A definitional analysis from both IS and marketing perspectives, Academy of Marketing Conference, Southhampton, July 7-10.
Professor Brian Lucey has been appointed Editor in Chief of Elsevier journal - International Review of Financial Analysis
The best paper award at the recent 37th Annual Macromarketing Conference, held in Berlin. was won by a paper co-written by Dr Norah Campbell of Trinity College Dublin. Entitled ‘Reconceptualising resources: a critique of service-dominant logic’, the paper was chosen from among 90 competitive papers presented at the conference, attended by delegates from over 20 countries.
8th International Organisation Behaviour in Healthcare Conference 15-17 April 2012
10th INFINITI Conference on International Finance, Trinity College Dublin, 11-12 June 2012
Congratulations to Patrick Lynch who is the 2012 Trinity Business Alumni/Bank of Ireland Business Student of the Year and congratulations to all the other short-listed students: Conor Campbell, Laura Demery, Sophie Higgs, Colum Horan and Elena Sugrue. Award ceremony.
M Sc in Business and Management - a one year masters programme designed for non-business graduates
Trinity MBA - now available on a part-time basis
New book: Collaborative Strategic Improvement through Network Action Learning by Professors Paul Coughlan and David Coghlan has been published.
Business Student of the Year 2011 Award
Dr Bruce Newman, Professor of Marketing, DePaul University, USA gave a presentation on Tuesday 22nd March, 1-3pm in GLT, Museum Building, on ‘Bridging the Worlds of Marketing and Politics: Recent Elections and Implications for Democracy’.
Trinity's Business School is ranked 1st in Ireland and 30th in the World in the 2010 Eduniversal Global Top 100 Business School Rankings
Trinity Students Recognised at 2010 Undergraduate Awards - Business category winner: Daniel Philbin-Bowman
What to buy instead of bond funds - Professor Brian Lucey comments in The Wall Street Journal
Professor Paul Coughlan appointed Innovation Academy Course co-director
Central Bank Governor, Prof Patrick Honohan, opens School of Business Infinity Conference
Dr. Mary Robinson hosts School of Business Lunch in New York
Trinity School of Business hosts Evolutionary Economists and Business Historians
Ms. Mary Keating is elected Fellow of Trinity College Dublin
Trinity M Sc Finance class win All-Ireland CFA Global Investment Research Challenge
Business Studies graduate, Mark Pollock, receives Alumni Award
Visit from Deputy Prime Minister Trung Hai of Vietnam
Congratulations to Anne Byrne, Grainne Conroy and Megan Huxhold, the School of Business HRM students who won Undergraduate Awards of Ireland gold medals.
School of Business hosts the 7th INFINITI Conference on International Finance
Business Student of the Year 2009 Presentation
Business School staff, together with other leading academics, argue that nationalising the banks is the best option - The Irish Times