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2013

 

  • Graduate Students Share Experience
    Dr. Norah Campbell had the pleasure of welcoming back former marketing students to Trinity recently. They shared their experiences in the workplace at her lecture.
  • Healthcare and Industrial Relations Conflict
    The research of doctoral student, Jennifer Cowman and Professor Mary Keating titled 'Expressions of Workplace Industrial Relations Conflict in Healthcare' was presented at a conference hosted by Rutgers University.
  • Innovation Academy Course
    Five School of Business staff participated in delivering the course 'An Introduction to Postgraduate Training in Innovation and Entrepreneurship' at The Innovation Academy recently.
  • Congratulations New Scholars!
    The Provost, Patrick Prendergast, announced the names of ninty-nine new scholars on Trinity Monday. Congratulations to BESS students, Paul Reidy and John Mattock and Law and Business student, Leona Chow.
  • Non-Audit Services
    Professor Domenico Campa will present research, co-authored with Dr Ray Donnelly of NUI Cork, at the V Financial Reporting Workshop in Verona in June.
  • Honouring Inventor Louis Brennan
    Professor Louis Brennan was invited to the service of thanksgiving and remembrance for the Irish inventor Louis Brennan. He is pictured with An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny and the Irish Ambassador to Britain, Daniel Mulhall at the service in London.
  • Ogilvy Prize 2014
    The senior sophister Strategic Management Case Study prizegiving took place last week at a reception in the Ogilvy & Mather offices, Dublin.
  • Enterprise Ireland Student Entrepreneur Awards
    Three teams from junior sophister module Innovation, Entrepreneurship and New Venture Development have been shortlisted for the second round of the 2014 awards. The module is taught by Prof. Majella Giblin.
  • Marketing Management Award
    One hundred and fifty junior sophister business students competed to produce the most creative and rigorous marketing plan for a European brand recently.
  • Regional or Global?
    'Thunderbird International Business Review' has just published research on globalised organisations by Professor Jenny Berrill titled 'Are the world's largest firms regional or global?'
  • Bestseller
    Professor in Organisation Development, David Coghlan (with the late Dr. Teresa Brannick) has published the 4th edition of 'Doing Action Research in Your Own Organization'.
  • Jill Pierse - Winner!
    The Trinity Business Alumni/Bank of Ireland Business Student of the Year award is presented annually to the student who not only excels academically but has acquitted themselves well in business, voluntary work and/or the college community.
  • Ethical Leadership
    Professor Mary Keating spoke at the ESRC seminar organised by Nottingham Business School in the Institute of Bankers in Ireland, IFSC, Dublin last week. The title of her paper was 'The Meaning of Ethical Leadership in Ireland: a People Risk?'
  • Inflation and Gold Prices
    The journal Resource Policy has just published a paper by Professor Brian Lucey and colleagues, Professor Jonathan Batten and Associate Professor Cetin Ciner titled 'On the Economic Determinants of the Gold-Inflation Relation'.
  • 3U Leadership Symposium
    Professor David Coghlan gave a lecture titled 'Action-Oriented Research: Challenges and Opportunities', at the 3U Leadership Symposium in NUI Maynooth last week.
  • Myth and the Market
    Professor Norah Campbell, lecturer in Marketing, is co-organising a three day conference in June titled Myth and the Market. The conference will be held in Carlingford.
  • Peer Review Editing
    The job of an academic often involves providing a ‘blind’ review of a manuscript submitted to a journal. Interesting reading for academics young and old.
  • TBA President's Dinner
    The Trinity Business Alumni President's Dinner took place in the Dining Hall, Trinity College last week. The guest speaker was Louise Phelan, Paypal's vice president of operations for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
  • BESS Ball
    The famous BESS Ball took place in the Royal Kilmainham Hospital last week. The guests were entertained by a magician, drummers, Trinity's very own acapella band - The Trinitones, a jazz band and a brilliant DJ.
  • Invited Speaker
    Professor Louis Brennan was an invited speaker at the 7th Annual Conference of the Association for Chinese Studies in Ireland, giving a presentation titled 'Assessing China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment'.
  • KPMG KICC Challenge
    A group of Trinity business students reached the national finals of the KPMG International Case Competition recently. The challenge tests the students' ability to work with real problems and come up with interesting solutions.
  • Editing Tips
    Professor Brian Lucey shares his editing tips for publishers Elsevier. He is editor-in-chief of two finance journals: The Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance and International Review of Financial Analysis.
  • Research Seminar Series
    The Seminar Series is convened by Professor Domenico Campa. Details of the next seminar will be advised when confirmed.
  • Professor Louis Brennan joins IACES
    Professor Louis Brennan, School of Business, has been invited to join the board of the Irish Association for Contemporary European Studies (IACES).
  • Innovation Academy Winners
    The Innovation Academy hosted its end-of-module pitch presentations last week. Professor Majella Giblin of the School of Business is the Trinity academic coordinator for the Innovation Academy's Venture Planning module.
  • Economic Policy
    Professor Frank Barry presented two papers on economic policy this month - one at Loughborough University and the other at the Central Bank of Ireland's annual Economic History Workshop.
  • Organising an academic conference
    Professor Brian Lucey's recent blog in The Guardian is about the dos and dont's of organizing an academic conference - it's about making the right connections.......
  • The Trinity MBA ranked No 1 in Ireland
    It is 12th in the full-time category and 7th for its new executive programme. This consolidates the Trinity MBA as the number 1 ranked MBA programme in Ireland in both FT and PT categories and in the top 15 in Western Europe.
  • Career Zoo Sponsor
    The Trinity School of Business is delighted to be the education sponsor for Career Zoo. The event took place on the 15th February in The Convention Centre.
  • Is there a bubble in gold?
    Papers written by Professor Brian Lucey and research collaborators, Fergal A O'Connor and Dr Ciaran Mac an Bhaird have been accepted by the Borsa Istanbul Review.
  • Trinity MBA graduate in winning team
    Trinity MBA graduate, Ronan Whitty and Michael Walther, Ph D student in CRANN came second in the Life Sciences Category at the Idea to Product Global Competition in Sao Paolo recently.
  • TES Dragons' Den
    TES Dragons' Den is an entrepreneurial event held by the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society. This year, there were three prize winners who shared a total prize of Euro 3000 on the night of the event.
  • Trinity SMF
    Trinity's Student Managed Fund hosted a unique event on February 3rd, as part of the Fund's Leadership Perspective series, in association with Enterprise Ireland, Trinity Business Alumni and Trinity Association and Trust.
  • Stefania Kulaeva visit
    The Centre for Nonprofit Management, School of Business and Front Line Defenders hosted the renowned activist Stefania Kulaeva, head of the Russian Anti-discrimination Centre Memorial, recently.
  • Keynote Lecture
    Professor David Coghlan gave the keynote lecture entitled "Discovering the scholarship of practice", at a higher education conference in Berlin recently. The topic was 'The interface between theory and practice'.
  • Book Launch
    Professor Louis Brennan's latest book 'Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration' was launched this week.
  • Oglivy Prizewinner
    Congratulations to BBS graduate Laura Mason, who received the School's Ogilvy prize for best case study in the Business and a Language degree.
  • Buddy System
    Congratulations to Ian Leonard and Fiona Callaghan, students in the School of Business who coordinated a very successful Buddy System for incoming Erasmus and International students this term.
  • Economic Policymaking in 1960s Ireland
    Prof. Frank Barry gave a talk on "The Bureaucracy and Economic Policymaking in 1960s Ireland" to the Annual Conference of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland at NUI-Galway this week.
  • From Hubris to Nemesis
    Professor Brian Lucey and research collaborator Dr Michael Dowling (DCU) have just published their peer reviewed paper in the Journal of Risk Finance and Management.
  • Foresight Business Group Breakfast
    The Foresight Business Group hosted Meave Carton, finance director of CRH this week in Trinity. The Foresight Breakfasts provide an opportunity for students of Trinity College to meet with business people from diverse industries.
  • Ireland's Silicon Valley
    IIIS Director Professor Louis Brennan was quoted extensively in the Irish Times special anniversary supplement marking 50 years of the paper's business coverage this week. The article: Intel turned Leixlip into Ireland's Silicon Valley, is linked here.
  • Congratulations!
    Congratulations to all our M. Sc. students who graduated from Trinity on Friday with their degrees in Finance, Business and Management and International Management.
  • Quality and Patient Safety
    Prof. David Coghlan was an invited panellist at Royal College of Physicians of Ireland last week, where there was a seminar on quality and patient safety.
  • Professor Campa to present in University of Burgos
    Professor Domenico Campa will present his research, co-authored with Professor Maria-del-Mar Camacho-Minano, at a Workshop in the University of Burgos.
  • Pension Fund Deficits
    Professor Jim Stewart was interviewed last week on Morning Ireland, RTE about pension fund deficits. Listen to the podcast here.
  • Professor Norah Campbell at London conference
    Professor Norah Campbell and research collaborators presented their research: 'The Politics of Consumption' in the University of London recently.
  • Professor David Coghlan interview
    Professor David Coghlan contributed to the Royal College of Surgeons Institute of Leadership video series through an interview that introduces action learning. Click here to watch the video.
  • Professor Domenico Campa presents at PPEGS
    Professor Domenico Campa presented research on 'Earnings Management among Bankrupt Non-Listed Firms: Evidence from Spain' for the University of Limerick's PPEGS Seminar Series.
  • M Sc International Management ranked 14th
    The Trinity School of Business M Sc in International Management is ranked 14th in Western Europe in Eduniversal's Best Masters 2013 rankings.

2012

 

MBA - Best Investor Pitch for an Entrepreneurial Start-up

Trinity School of Business among 39 leading institutions in QS Elite Global Business Schools report for 2012 – 2013 

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

TCD Researchers Awarded EU Funding

New book: Collaborative Strategic Improvement through Network Action Learning by Professors Paul Coughlan and David Coghlan has been published.

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Previous news

 

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

Professor Paul Coughlan is presented with the Provost's Teaching Award 2010

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

New Trinity MBA Scholarship Fund Established

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

Dr Mairead Brady co-authors the first European Edition of Marketing Management

Winners of the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society inaugural Ulster Bank Enterprise Competition

Trinity MBA graduate meets Taoiseach in Tokyo

 

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Last updated 3 February 2014 business@tcd.ie.