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Dr. Anne Marie Gleeson

Title:

Lecturer in Economics

School/ Department:

Business - Accountancy And Economics

Telephone:

+353 0 51302712

Room Name/ Num:

D15 1977 - Business Building

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Main Campus

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My Biography

I have been a lecturer at Waterford Institute of Technology since 1998 and have lectured and supervised on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across the Institute.  My educational background includes a Bachelor of Business Studies (Hons) degree from the University of Limerick, a Masters in Economic Science (Hons) degree from UCD and a PhD in Economics from Trinity College, Dublin.  My research interests are in the areas of international trade, productivity and policy.

Research

Journal  Articles: 

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane, (2009) “How important is exporting and ownership to productivity growth? Micro Evidence from a Small Open Economy.” Applied Economics Quarterly, 55(3), 197-217.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane, (2007) “Irish Manufacturing Export Dynamics: Evidence of Exporter Heterogeneity in Boom and Slump Periods.” Review of World Economics, 143(2), 375-388.

Gleeson, A.M., Ruane, F. and J.M. Sutherland (2006).  “Public Policy, Sectoral Specialisation and Spatial Concentration: Irish Manufacturing 1985-2002.” Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Vol. XXXV, 2005/2006, pp 110-150.  Available in electronic format at http://www.tara.tcd.ie/handle/2262/8919  

Chapter in edited book:    

Gleeson, A.M., Ruane, F. and J.M. Sutherland (2005).  “Promoting Industrial Clusters: Evidence from Ireland.” in Tavares, A. and A.Teixeira (Eds) Multinationals, Clusters and Innovation: Does Public Policy Matter? London: Palgrave, 2006.

Working Papers:

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2009).  “Exporting and Ownership Contributions to Irish Manufacturing Productivity Growth.” ESRI Working Paper, No. 297.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2007).  “Heterogeneous Exporter Behaviour: Exploring the Evidence for Sunk-Costs and Hysteresis.” ESRI Working Paper, No.196. 

Discussion Papers:

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2006).  “Export Dynamics in Small Open Economies: Indigenous Irish Manufacturing Exports, 1985-2003.” IIIS Discussion Paper, No. 140. Available in electronic format at www.tcd.ie/iiis/pages/publications/discpaperseriesecon.php

Gleeson, A.M., Ruane, F. and J.M. Sutherland (2005).  “Promoting Industrial Clusters: Evidence from Ireland.” IIIS Discussion Paper, No. 89. Available in electronic format at www.tcd.ie/iiis/pages/publications/discpaperseriesecon.php

Conference Papers:

Gleeson, A.M. (2009). “Decomposing Labour Productivity Growth in the Irish Manufacturing Sector: A Regional Analysis”, Regional Science Association International: British and Irish Section Annual Conference, Limerick, September 2009.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2009). “The Contributions of Exporting and Ownership to Labour Productivity in the Irish Manufacturing Sector.” 84th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association International, Vancouver, July, 2009.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2009). “The Contributions of Exporting and Ownership to Labour Productivity in the Irish Manufacturing Sector.” Irish Economic Association Annual Conference, Blarney, April 2009.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2009). “How important are exporters to productivity growth? Micro Evidence from a Small Open Economy.” International Study Group on Exports and Productivity Workshop, Dublin, February 2009.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2008). “Decomposing Productivity Growth in the Domestically-owned Irish Manufacturing Sector.” IAW-ESRI Internationalisation of Production and Firm Performance Workshop, Tübingen, November 2008.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2008). “Exporting and Productivity Growth:  Micro Evidence from a Small Open Economy.” 11th Annual European Trade Study Group Conference, Warsaw, September 2008.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2007) “Continuity Breeds Success? Exporter Heterogeneity, Performance and Sunk Costs.” 10th Annual European Trade Study Group Conference, Athens, September 2007.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2007). “Exploring the Consistency and Geography of Heterogeneous Irish Exporters.” Irish Economic Association Annual Conference, Bunclody, April 2007.

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2006).  “Export Dynamics in Small Open Economies: Indigenous Irish Manufacturing Exports, 1985-2003.” EU Network on Industrial Policy Annual Conference, University of Limerick, June 2006.               

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2006).  “Export Dynamics in Small Open Economies: Indigenous Irish Manufacturing Exports, 1985-2003.” Irish Economic Association Annual Conference, Bunclody, April 2006.

Gleeson, A.M., Ruane, F., and J.M. Sutherland (2006).  “The Role of Public Policy in the Sectoral and Spatial Distribution of Irish Manufacturing Employment.” Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, ESRI, Dublin 4, February 2006. (Presenter: F. Ruane)

Gleeson, A.M., Ruane, F. and J.M. Sutherland (2005).  “Promoting Industrial Clusters: Evidence from Ireland.” Multinationals, Clusters and Innovation: Does Public Policy Matter? Porto, April, 2005.

Gleeson, A.M., Ruane, F. and J.M. Sutherland (2005).  “Promoting FDI Clusters: Does Public Policy Matter?” Irish Economic Association’s Annual Conference, Kilkenny, May 2005.

Conference Poster:

Gleeson, A.M., and F. Ruane (2006).  “Export Dynamics in Small Open Economies: Indigenous Irish Manufacturing Exports, 1985-2003.” 5th Globalisation and Economic Policy Postgraduate Conference, University of Nottingham, April 2006.

Teaching

I have lectured on a variety of modules in economics, maths. stats, and quantitative techniques on a variety of programmes across the Institute.

My current teaching includes:

Bachelor of Business Studies (Hons) Year 4 - Economic Policy Issues

BA (Hons) Accounting Year 1 - Principles of Microeconomics

BA (Hons) Finance and Investment Year 1 - Microeconomics

BA (Hons) International Business Year 1 - Economics of the Market

BA (Hons) Marketing and Digital Media Year 1 - Macroeconomic Environment

Executive MBA - Business Economics