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Irish banks must pass cheap credit on to smaller firms.

Marie Finnegan, School of Business GMIT, talks in the Irish Independent about bank lending to Irish SME's. Click here to read the article.

The Irish Independent, 16th September 2020

 

What does the ECB’s doing ‘everything necessary’ policy mean for you?

Marie Finnegan, School of Business GMIT, talks in The Irish Times about what the European Central Bank’s response to Covid-19’s devastation of the economy means for you. Click here to read the article.

The Irish Times, 6th April 2020

 

"We bailed out the banks when they needed it… now it's their turn to do the right thing by all of us."

Marie Finnegan, School of Business GMIT, discusses the role of the banking sector in response to the Covid-19 crisis. Click here to read the article.

Independent.ie, 18th March 2020

 

Brexit and the Irish Economy

Martina Lawless, research professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI ) will deliver a public lecture on the topic “Brexit and the Irish Economy” to final year GMIT business students. Click here to read the article

Galway Advertiser, 22nd February 2020

 

ECB to leave interest rates unchanged today

Marie Finnegan, School of Business GMIT, discusses outlook for interest rates in today's Galway Advertiser. Click here to read the article

Galway Advertiser, 23rd January 2020

 

Christine Lagarde must guide ECB through uncharted and troubled waters

Marie Finnegan, GMIT Lecturer in Economics, reflects on Christine Lagarde taking over as ECB chief in Irish Times article. Click here to read the article

The Irish Times, 1st November 2019

 

ESRI’s John Fitzgerald to deliver lecture on Irish economy and policy challenges to GMIT Business students

Professor John Fitzgerald, adjunct professor in Economics at Trinity College Dublin and former research professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute, will deliver his annual lecture on “The Irish economy and policy challenges” to GMIT business students in GMIT’s Galway campus on Tuesday, 15 October at 12pm (Room 996). Members of the public are welcome to attend. Click here to read the article.

Galway Advertiser, 10th October 2019

 

Transmission channels of quantitative easing in the Irish economy

Marie Finnegan, Lecturer in Economics in GMIT School of Business and Cormac Cawley, Graduate of GMIT Finance and Economics Degree, investigate the transmission channels of quantitative easing to the Irish economy. Click here to read the article.

Economies, 23rd September 2019

 

ECB to discuss cutting interest rates today

Marie Finnegan, Lecturer in Economics in the GMIT School of Business writes about the ECB's decision to cut interest rates when it meets in Frankfurt on September 12th and what it means for mortgage holders and savers. Click here to read the article.

Galway Advertiser, 12th September 2019

 

ECB to end quantitative easing

Marie Finnegan, Lecturer in Economics in the GMIT School of Business writes about the ECB ending quantitative easing and what it means for the economy.

Connacht Tribune, 13th December 2018

 

"Big Data" and the importance of data analytics for organisations

Eamon Walsh, Head of Department of Accounting & Information Systems in the GMIT School of Business writes about "Big Data" and data alaytics. Click here to read the article (Galway Independent website)

Galway Independent, 25th January, 2017

 

New publication for GMIT Professor 

Prof Graham Heaslip, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has recently contributed a number of chapters to the book titled: Setting up a humanitarian network, Supply ChainManagement for Humanitarians: Tools for Practice, edited by G. Kovács, K. Spens and I. Haavisto and published by Kogan Page, UK.  Click here to read the article (Online pdf).

Irish Academy of Management Newsletter, Autumn 2016, Page 13

 

GMIT Lecturer wins National Teaching Excellence Award

Colm Kelleher, a lecturer in GMIT’s School of Business, recently won a National Teaching Excellence Award from the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.  Click here to read the article (online pdf)

Irish Academy of Management Newsletter, Autumn 2016, Page 13

ECB to discuss cutting interest ratesESRI's John Fitzgerald to speak at GMITChristine Lagarde must guide ECB through uncharted and troubled watersECB to leave interest rates unchanged todayEnd to quantitative easingECB Policy

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