Professor Alma McCarthy of the Work, Organizations and Society research cluster, has written a new article in the Irish Times which discusses the need for the public sector to become a more attractive workplace for the younger generation. Read the article here.
Dr Rónán Kennedy of the Technology and Governance research cluster, has a new piece on RTÉ Brainstorm. The article discusses a need for new institutional approaches to tackling climate change. Why it’s necessary to create new climate change institutions The Climate Change Advisory Council has said that ‘Ireland is completely off course in terms… | Read on »
Dr Seán Crosson, of the Creative, Liveable and Sustainable communities research cluster, spoke with the Irish Independent about his new book ‘Gaelic Games on Film: From Silent Films to Hollywood Hurling, Horror and the Emergence of Irish cinema’. Read the piece here.
Dr Lorraine Morgan, of the Agile and Open Innovation (LERO) research cluster, has an article written in the Irish Times in which she discusses the difficulties surrounding crowdfunding. Read the piece here.
On 6th June 2019, the Whitaker Institute hosted its annual forum for NUI Galway PhD students, in the Hardiman Research Building. Targeted at students at all stages of their PhD, the event was fully subscribed, with 80 students registered for the one-day event. The forum was opened by the Director of the Whitaker Institute, Professor… | Read on »
The Whitaker Institute’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) cluster has released its latest update on the performance of Ireland’s Ocean Economy. Coinciding with the Our Ocean Wealth Summit and the Government’s Annual Review of its Integrated Marine Plan – Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth, the report presents a complete and comparable profile across thirteen marine related… | Read on »
Professor Ray Murphy, of the Conflict, Humanitarianism and Security research cluster, has a new piece on RTÉ Brainstorm. The article looks at the relationship between the United States of America and Iran. Is war inevitable between the US and Iran? An anti-US wall painting in a street in Tehran in July… | Read on »
We were delighted to welcome Dr Catherine Welch (University of Sydney Business School) to the School of Business & Economics on 27 May. Catherine is a qualitative researcher who has also written extensively about qualitative research methodology in management and international business, particularly the case study. As well as publishing her own research, she is… | Read on »
On 31 May, the Whitaker Institute hosted an InterTradeIreland panel event on ‘Scaling a Tech Business – Lessons Learned’ at the Galway Technology Centre.The event, which had 40 delegates registered, heard panellists discuss experiences, challenges and lessons learned in scaling their own start-ups, as well as expertise from an organization which supports the acceleration of startups…. | Read on »
Dr Gerard Turley and Stephen McNena, have written an RTÉ Brainstorm about their Whitaker project Local Authority Finances, which allows taxpayers to see how their money is being spent. What does your local council do with your money? Analysis: Leitrim spends €392 per person on roads, Galway spends €86 per head on housing and Meath… | Read on »