Dr Ed Dennehy

BA (Hons) MB DBA

Lecturer in Business Management

Carlow Campus

e: dennehye@itcarlow.ie      t: 059 9175382

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  • Research Interests
  • Publications
  • Research Supervision
  • Engagement and Collaboration

Research Interests

As ‘Management’ is an interdisciplinary field that draws on many social sciences I believe that it is important to have a broad appreciation of its many dimensions. As a result, I have an eclectic interest in research topics and have published articles in the following areas: Organisational Behaviour, Corporate Governance and Pedagogy. I am currently working on a conceptual paper on Business Strategy – critiquing the notion of the ‘generic strategy’ mind-set. I also believe that both quantitative and qualitative research approaches are equally important in the study of management-related themes and have examined various research issues from both critical realist and constructivist positions.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Dennehy, E., 2015. ‘Hofstede and Learning in Higher Level Education: an empirical study’- International Journal of Management in Education Vol. 9, No.3, pp.323-339

Dennehy, E., 2014. Learning approaches and cultural influences: a comparative study of Confucian and western-heritage students. Journal of Further and Higher Education Vol.39, No.6, pp.818-838

Dennehy, E., 2014. Is deep learning rewarded? A quantitative study on the relationship between learning approaches and academic scores. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies Vol. 5, No.1, pp.54 – 68

Dennehy, E., 2012.  Doing cynicism through impression management. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy Vol.6, No.3, pp.170 – 188

Dennehy, E., 2012.  Corporate governance – a stakeholder model. International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics Vol.7, No.2, pp.83 – 95

Conference Proceedings and Papers

Dennehy, E., 2017. Hofstede and Football Statistics In: ‘Ireland 2017: Facing the business and management challenges of a Post-Brexit World’, 20th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management, 3rd – 5th September 2008. Dublin City University

Dennehy, E., 2008. Cynical Employees = committed employees? In: ‘New Ideas for a New Century’, 11th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management, 30th August – 2nd September 2017. Queen’s University Belfast

Research Supervision

Areas of Interest for a Supervisory Role
  • Management
  • Organisational Behaviour

Engagement and Collaboration