- PhD Researcher
- Business -Accountancy And Economics
- [email protected]
- Luke Wadding Library
- Main Campus
First year PhD student in the School of Accounting and Economics.
Recipient of a WIT Co-Fund PhD Scholarship with AIB.
Research title Investing in the Low Carbon Agenda: perspectives from Germany, Ireland and the UK
Supervisors: Dr. Sheila O Donohoe and Dr. Tom Egan
M.Sc. in Quantitative Finance from UoL (2015)
M.Sc. in High Performance Computing from TCD (1999)
B.Sc. Experimental and Mathematical Physics from NUI Maynoot (1997)
Research Group : AIB Centre for Finance and Business Research ►
Title of Research: Investing in the low carbon agenda: perspectives from Germany, Ireland, and the UK.
Supervisors: Dr. Sheila O’Donohoe, Dr. Tom Egan
Recipient of a WIT Co-Fund Ph.D. Scholarship with AIB commenced in September 2017.
The purpose of this research is to explore investment by institutional investors in the low carbon agenda. More specifically, this research aims to gain insights into why and how such investors finance low carbon projects given the increased perception of their riskiness. In particular, the key influences and factors pertaining to the decision-making process of institutional investors in this phenomena will be explored.
Lecturer in Dublin Institute of Technology since September 2001 teaching across a range of programs from level 6 to level 9.
Teaching on modules including
- Quantitative Technques/Methods
- Mathematics for Economics and Finance
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Asset Valuation
- Game Theory
- Business Information Systems
- IT for Finance
- Data Analysis for Accounting and Finance
Involved inthe development of both modules and programmes including validation panels.
Supervision of students and their thesis at both indergraduate and masters level.