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Research in Trinity Business School is both a collective and individual endeavour. The basic element of research is the inquisitive individual mind, seeking answers to managerially relevant questions. Much of our work is carried out individually, but much also is undertaken in local, national or international collaborations.

Our Research in Trinity Business School
How Freelancers Drive Growth
Do Gold Prices Cause Production Costs?
There is Nothing Technological about Technology
International Diversification
Multinationality of a Firm
Well-Being in the Workplace
How Firms Deal with Debt
Managerial Leadership
Direct Investment
Consumer Interaction
Foreign Exchange Rates
The Future of Finance
Do Gold Prices Cause Production Costs?
How Capitalism Destroyed Itself
Global Dividends

Our research, broadly considered, falls under a number of thematic areas. These themes are not however exclusive and we all work, separately and together, across a wide and diverse range. Please consult each researchers individual profile for a fuller picture of their interests and activities