Gerard McHughAssociate Professor in Accounting & University Dean of Development
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Gerard McHugh is Associate Professor in Accounting at Trinity Business School. He qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant with the Dublin office of Deloitte, and subsequently he earned his M.A. and Ph.D from the Universities of Sheffield and Loughborough respectively. Gerard has taught for many years at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the fields of financial analysis, financial reporting, and organisation.
Gerard's primary research interests are financial reporting regulation. He is the author of two books on financial analysis and reporting, and his research has been published in Irish Banking Review, Irish Business and Administrative Research, The European Accounting Review, the Irish Marketing Review, and Organisation Studies.
In 2015, Gerard was appointed Trinity College's Dean of Development where he works with the Provost and Trinity Development & Alumni on all matters related to the College's philanthropic engagement.
Beyond the College, Gerard serves on the international Faculty of Assessors for the Association of MBAs. He chairs the Professional Standards Committee of the Insurance Institute of Ireland and in that capacity is also a member of the Institute's Board of Directors.
- The historical development financial reporting regulation from the nineteeth century to the present day
- Climate change and its implications for organisation
1. Climate Change is not a problem: Speculative Realism at the end of organisation
Campbell, N., McHugh, G. and Ennis, P. (2018) Climate Change is not a problem: Speculative Realism at the end of organisation, Organization Studies, pp. 1-20
2. Accountants Behaving Badly: A Marketing Perspective
McHugh, G., Fahy, J. and Butler, P. (1998) Accountants Behaving Badly: A Marketing Perspective, Irish Marketing Review
3. Making Corporate Reports More Valuable: An assessment of the first operating and financial reviews published by Irish companies
McHugh, G. and Ní Fhaolain (1996) Making Corporate Reports More Valuable: An assessment of the first operating and financial reviews published by Irish companies, Irish Banking Review, pp. 15-27
1. Chapter 6
Canniford, R. and Bajde, D. (eds.) (2015) Assembling Consumption: Researching actors, networks and markets [Norah Campbell and Gerard McHugh]
2. Corporate Philanthropy at a time of economic crisis: the Irish Experience, Chapter 16
Donnelly-Cox, G., O'Regan, A. and McHugh, G. (2013) 'Corporate Social Responsibility: A Research Handbook', in K. Haynes, A. Murray and J. Dillard (eds.) Routeledge.
- BU 7015 Financial Statement Analysis - MBA Full time
- BU 7066 Financial Analysis - MBA Part time Executive