Dr Jenny BerrillAssociate Professor of Finance
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Jenny Berrill is Associate Professor of Finance at Trinity Business School. She holds a PhD degree in International Business and Finance from Trinity College Dublin. Her research interests are in the area of International Business, International Finance and more recently, entrepreneurship and mental health.
Jenny has been working at Trinity Business School since 2009. She previously taught courses in Hong Kong, Australia and Spain as well as University College Dublin and Dublin City University here in Ireland. She has received three Trinity Business School Teaching Awards and one Research Award.
Her research interests are in the area of International Finance and International Business. She is also interested in the relationship between mental health and Finance. She has published articles in many journals including Social Science and Medicine, International Business Review, International Review of Financial Analysis, Small Business Economics and Financial Analysts Journal.
She is Associate Director for the MSc Finance and an Associate Editor for the International Review of Financial Analysis (3* ABS). She has also acted as External Examiner on several occasions.
- Multinational Companies (MNC), firm performance and the international diversification of portfolios
- Sentiment and Finance
- Mental Health and Finance
- Firm Diversification and Earnings Management Strategies: European Evidence,
Berrill, J., Campa, D. and O’Hagan-Luff, M. (2021),International Review of Financial Analysis, 78(1): 101955.
- Multinationality of UK firms–a longitudinal study based on sales and subsidiaries data,
Chadha, P. and Berrill, J. (2021),Multinational Business Review, 29(2): 281-299.
- Analyzing the relationship between inward FDI, education and entrepreneurial activity at the macro-level,
Berrill, J., O’Hagan-Luff, M. and Van Stel, A. (2021),Revista de Economia Laboral, 18(1): 52-73.
- The relationship between financial distress and well-being: Exploring the role of self-employment,
Berrill, J., Cassells, D, O’Hagan-Luff, M. and Van Stel, A. (2021),International Small Business Journal, 39(4): 330-349.
- Transgender labour market outcomes: Evidence from the United States,
Ciprikis, K., Cassells, D. and Berrill, J. (2020),Gender, Work & Organization, 27(6): 1378-1401.
- An Empirical Investigation of the Relationship between Business Performance and Suicide in the US,
Abdou, R., Cassells, D. Hanly, J. and Berrill, J. (2020),Social Sciences and Medicine, 264.
- Should We Invest More in Multinational Companies (MNCs) when Domestic Markets Decline?
O’Hagan-Luff, M., Berrill, J. and Lucey, B. (2020),Journal of Investment Strategies, 8(3): 1-22.
- Measuring the Diversification Benefits of Investing in Highly Internationalised Firms,
Berrill, J., Kearney, C. and O’Hagan-Luff, M. (2019),International Business Review, 28(4): 672-684.
- An Empirical Investigation into the Internationalisation Patterns of UK Firms,
Berrill, J. and Hovey, M. (2018),Transnational Corporations Review, 10(4): 396-408.
- The moderating role of education in the relationship between FDI and entrepreneurial activity,
Berrill, J., O’Hagan-Luff, M. and Van Stel, A. (2018),Small Business Economics, 1-19.
- What is statistical Arbitrage?
Lazzarino, M., Berrill, J. and Sevic, A. (2018) What is Statistical Arbitrage?, Theoretical Economic Letters, 8(5) pp. 888.
- An Investigation into the Benefits of Investing in Chinese Multinational Companies
Berrill, J. and Sun, S. (2018) An investigation into the Benefits of Investing in Chinese Multinational Companies, Journal of Emerging Market Finance, 17(2) pp. 186-209
- The Importance of Firm Level Multinationality in the Country verus Industry Debate
Mullen, C. and Berrill, J. (2017) The Importance of Firm Level Multinationality in the Country versus Industry Debate, International Journal of Finance and Economics, 22(4) pp. 403-420
1. Firm-Level Internationalisation, Regionalism and Globalisation
Hutson, E., Sinkovics, R. and Berrill, J. (eds.) (2011) Firm-Level Internationalisation, Regionalism and Globalisation, Palgrave MacMillan.
2. Investing in emerging and developing markets
Berrill, J. and Kearney, C. (2012) 'Investing in emerging and developing markets', in K. Baker and L. Riddick (eds.) Survey of International Finance, Oxford University Press.
- BUU44650 Derivatives
- BU7013 Corporate Financial Management
- BU7095 Corporate Financial Management
- BU7578 Financial Management