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Prof Stephen Kinsella wins the Economic Commentator/Business Analyst Award

Congrats to Prof Stephen Kinsella on winning the Economic Commentator/Business Analyst Award for his two submissions on the Sunday Business Post, one on “Ireland’s Generation Game” and the second entitled: “Taxes, Tweets, and Multinationals. An international problem we need to solve domestically”.

UL Students Showcase their Social Enterprise at the Enactus World Cup

The UL Enactus Team were part of a delegation of 70 Irish students who travelled to San José to represent the University of Limerick at the Enactus World Cup. The Enactus World Cup brings together an international network of student, academic and business leaders to promote and showcase student social enterprise initiatives. 

Building entrepreneurs of the future – KBS and Nexus Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

The next generation of Limerick’s innovators and entrepreneurs were given the opportunity to experience business start-up first hand at the Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation Bootcamp hosted by the Kemmy Business School and the Nexus Innovation Centre.
 

9th Annual Tourism Policy Workshop hosted by the National Centre for Tourism

9th Annual Tourism Policy Workshop

23rd - 24th November 2018, Dromoland Castle

‘Understanding and Responding To The Global Forces Determining the Future of Tourism’

Lunchtime Seminars - UL and Irish Aid

November brings a series of engagements between UL and Irish Aid, focusing on research and public policy issues of mutual interest.
A series of lunchtime seminars, each co-convened by a UL faculty member and an Irish Aid official, will take place each Wednesday in November in the Kemmy Business School.
The aim is to build our institutional relationship, and to bring together academic and policy perspectives on a selection of issues from the Agenda 2030 framework.  

2nd CESAR Conference 31 Oct - 2 Nov 2018

The Accountability Research Cluster (ARC) in Kemmy Business School held the second CSEAR Ireland conference to at University of Limerick between the 31st October and 2nd November 2018. The Conference was chaired by Prof. Philip O'Regan and Prof.

RTE Brainstorm: "Why do good people cover up terrible crimes like child abuse?"

Read Prof Kevin Murphy's latest article on RTE Brainstorm series.
"Why do good people cover up terrible crimes like child abuse?"
Opinion: loyalty can cause people to act in a way that is ultimately destructive for the institution they want to protect 

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