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Dr. Philip O'Regan

Biography

My principal area of interest is financial accounting and I have lectured in this and Financial Information Analysis for twenty-five years. My teaching excellence has been recognised at university level on a number of occasions. An accountant (FCCA), with over a decade with public accounting firms including Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC), I have a first-class honours undergraduate degree in archaeology and history (Cork). I also have postgraduate qualifications in Political History (NUI), Corporate Governance (ACCA), Financial Strategy (Oxford: St Hugh's) and Inter-Faith Studies (Cambridge: Magdalene).

Over the course of my time as an academic I have produced more than 100 academic outputs. I have written several books, including one in the area of Financial Information Analysis that is now in its third edition and is used in universities in Ireland, the UK and continental Europe. I have published numerous peer-reviewed articles in the areas of Financial Reporting, Professional Service Firms, Intellectual Capital, Accounting History, Corporate Governance and Top Management Teams.

From 2011 to 2019 I served as Executive Dean of the Kemmy Business School. I have also acted as Director, MBA Programmes, Head of Department, Student Status Chairman and Evening BBS Programme Director.

Research Interests


My current research output can be classified under three headings:


1. Accounting and the accounting profession in modern society: My principal research interest focuses on the role of accounting information and the accounting profession in modern society. I view accounting as an essentially social activity, the potency of which can only be properly understood in its various societal contexts. I approach it from a multi-disciplinary perspective and, usually, as part of an interdisciplinary team. My publications include two publications in the premier elite journal in this area (Accounting Organizations and Society) as well as several articles dealing with the historical, professional and regulatory contexts within which accounting and accountants operate. The topics range from ‘accounting and genocide' to the implications of new governance requirements for the profession. As part of a large international team, I have recently focused on the interaction between accounting and HR systems in Professional Service Firms.


2. Intellectual Capital: I lead a small research group within UL that looks at operational, philosophical and accounting issues relating to intellectual capital and the emergence of a knowledge economy. To date, I have graduated four PhD students in this area. In a recent global survey, our group was ranked in the top 20 of over 100 university-based groups publishing in this area in terms of output and citations;


3. Other: this gathers a rather disparate and largely unconnected set of outputs in the areas of political history and religious studies

Teaching Interests


I have teaching experience at undergraduate, postgraduate, executive, professional and corporate levels and am consistently rated ‘Excellent'. My most recent Teaching Evaluations show that for ‘Lecturer Ratings' I score the maximum score possible in seven out of ten categories, and exceed the mean level in all.


I have won several university-level teaching awards and been nominated for national teaching awards by the university. Specific examples of recognition of teaching excellence include:


· Overall University Winner, University of Limerick Teaching Excellence Award:


· 2007 (Small Groups) and


· 1992 (Large Groups).


· Overall Winner, University of Limerick Students Union Best Lecturer Award, (1995 and 1996);


· Consistently ranked ‘Excellent Lecturer', MBA


· Nominated for national NAIRTL teaching award by UL, 2009.



Modules taught:


Over the course of recent years my teaching activity has focused on teaching Financial Information Analysis at undergraduate and MBA levels.

Professional Activities

Education

  • 2014 University of Cambridge - Master of Studies
  • 2010 University of Oxford - Postgraduate Diploma
  • 1996 National University of Ireland - Ph.D.
  • 1985 University College Cork - B.A.

Award

  • 2007 - University of Limerick Teaching Excellence Award (small groups)
  • 1996 - University of Limerick Students Union Best Lecturer Award
  • 1995 - University of Limerick Students Union Best Lecturer Award
  • 1992 - University of Limerick Teaching Excellence Award (large groups)

Committee

  • 1998 College of Business Student Status Committee,

Employment

  • 1989 University of Limerick - Senior Lecturer
  • 1988 Coopers & Lybrand, Limerick - Tax Supervisor
  • 1986 Department of History, UCC - Senior Tutor
  • 1978 Grace, Lyons & Co., Waterford - Trainee Accountant - Manager

Publications

Books

2015

Financial Information Analysis: the role of accounting information in modern society (3rd ed.)
O'Regan, P
(2015) Financial Information Analysis: the role of accounting information in modern society (3rd ed.)
London : Routledge

2006

Financial Information Analysis (second edition)
O'Regan, P
(2006) Financial Information Analysis (second edition)
London : John Wiley & Sons London

2001

Financial Information Analysis (first edition)
O'Regan, P
(2001) Financial Information Analysis (first edition)
London : John Wiley and Sons

2001

Accounting for Project Management
O'Regan, P; Heneghan, J
(2001) Accounting for Project Management
Limerick : Centre for Project Management Limerick

2000

Archbishop William King (1650-1729) and the Constitution in Church and State
O'Regan, P
(2000) Archbishop William King (1650-1729) and the Constitution in Church and State
Dublin : Four Courts Press Dublin

Book Chapters

2013

Accounting for Famine and Empire
Fleischmann, R., Funnell, W. and Walker, S. (eds.,)
(2013) Accounting for Famine and Empire
In Critical Histories of Accounting: Sinister Inscriptions in the Modern Era; London : Routledge
DOI: 10.4324/9780203102749

2003

Archbishop William King, Reformer and Parliamentarian
O'Regan, P
(2003) Archbishop William King, Reformer and Parliamentarian
In William King and the Irish Anglican Context; pp. 73-105

2000

Intangible asset management: recognising, valuing and measuring intellectual capital
O'Regan, P; O'Donnell, D
(2000) Intangible asset management: recognising, valuing and measuring intellectual capital
In E-Business; Key issues, applications, technologies; pp. 353-359

1995

Taking the Lead: An Investigation into the Process of Top Management Team Pioneering
Moore, S; Morley, M; Min Fong, C; Flood, P; Smith, K; O'Regan, P
(1995) Taking the Lead: An Investigation into the Process of Top Management Team Pioneering
In Strategy and General Management: An Irish Reader; pp. 43-62

Peer Reviewed Journals

2017

High-Performance Work Systems in Professional Service Firms: Examining the Practices-Resources-Uses-Performance Linkage
Fu, N,Flood, PC,Bosak, J,Rousseau, DM,Morris, T,O'Regan, P
(2017) High-Performance Work Systems in Professional Service Firms: Examining the Practices-Resources-Uses-Performance Linkage
In Human Resource Management; pp. 329-352
DOI: 10.1002/hrm.21767

2017

Responsible management education: Mapping the field in the context of the SDGs
Storey, M.; Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2017) Responsible management education: Mapping the field in the context of the SDGs
In The International Journal of Management Education ; pp. 93-1-3

2016

Social accounting and the co-creation of corporate legitimacy
Killian, S,O'Regan, P
(2016) Social accounting and the co-creation of corporate legitimacy
In Accounting Organizations And Society; pp. 1-12
DOI: 10.1016/j.aos.2016.02.004

2015

How do high performance work systems influence organizational innovation in professional service firms?
Fu, N,Flood, PC,Bosak, J,Morris, T,O'Regan, P
(2015) How do high performance work systems influence organizational innovation in professional service firms?
In Employee Relations; pp. 209-231
DOI: 10.1108/ER-10-2013-0155

2014

'Professionals who understand': Expertise, public interest and societal risk governance
O'Regan, P,Killian, S
(2014) 'Professionals who understand': Expertise, public interest and societal risk governance
In Accounting Organizations And Society; pp. 615-631
DOI: 10.1016/j.aos.2014.07.004

2014

Class, Status and the Stratification of Residential Preferences amongst Accountants
O'Regan P and Halpin B
(2014) Class, Status and the Stratification of Residential Preferences amongst Accountants
In Historical Social Research; pp. 336-359

2013

Usurpationary Closure and the professional project: the case of the SIAA in Ireland
O'Regan, P
(2013) Usurpationary Closure and the professional project: the case of the SIAA in Ireland
In Accounting History Review;
DOI: 10.1080/21552851.2013.866353

2013

Accounting for Intangibles, the Knowledge Economy and the Issue of Memory: Some Insights from the Philosophy of Bergson
Mullins, M, O'REGAN, P, Kinsella, S, and Regan, K, .
(2013) Accounting for Intangibles, the Knowledge Economy and the Issue of Memory: Some Insights from the Philosophy of Bergson
In Philosophy of Management; pp. 49-64

2013

Exploring the performance effect of HPWS on professional service supply chain management
Fu, N,Flood, PC,Bosak, J,Morris, T,O'Regan, P
(2013) Exploring the performance effect of HPWS on professional service supply chain management
In Supply Chain Management-An International Journal; pp. 292-307
DOI: 10.1108/SCM-04-2012-0118

2010

'A dense mass of petty accountability': Accounting in the service of cultural imperialism during the Irish Famine, 1846-1847
O'Regan, P
(2010) 'A dense mass of petty accountability': Accounting in the service of cultural imperialism during the Irish Famine, 1846-1847
In Accounting Organizations And Society; pp. 416-430
DOI: 10.1016/j.aos.2009.10.001

2010

Regulation, the public interest and the establishment of an accounting supervisory body
O'Regan P.
(2010) Regulation, the public interest and the establishment of an accounting supervisory body
In Journal Of Management And Governance; pp. 297-312
DOI: 10.1007/s10997-009-9102-0

2008

'Elevating the profession': The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and the implementation of social closure strategies 1888-1909
O'Regan P.
(2008) 'Elevating the profession': The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and the implementation of social closure strategies 1888-1909
In Accounting, Business And Financial History; pp. 35-59
DOI: 10.1080/09585200701824740

2008

Governance structures and innovation in the Irish Software Industry
Fitzgerald C.A., Flood P.C., O'Regan P., Ramamoorthy N.
(2008) Governance structures and innovation in the Irish Software Industry
In Journal Of High Technology Management Research; pp. 36-44
DOI: 10.1016/j.hitech.2008.06.001

2007

Positioning management accounting on the intellectual capital agenda
Cleary P., Kennedy T., O'Donnell D., O'Regan P., Bontis N.
(2007) Positioning management accounting on the intellectual capital agenda
In International Journal Of Accounting, Auditing And Performance Evaluation; pp. 336-359
DOI: 10.1504/IJAAPE.2007.017083

2007

Joined for the common purpose: The establishment of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland as an all-island institution
Annisette, M; O'Regan, P
(2007) Joined for the common purpose: The establishment of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland as an all-island institution
In Qualitative Research In Accounting And Management; pp. 4-25

2006

Intellectual Capital Disclosure (ICD): a comparison of Italy and the UK
O'Regan, P; Bozzolan, S; Ricceri, F
(2006) Intellectual Capital Disclosure (ICD): a comparison of Italy and the UK
In Journal Of Human Resource Costing And Accounting; pp. 92-113

2006

On the "essential condition" of intellectual capital: Labour!
O'Donnell D., Tracey M., Henriksen L.B., Bontis N., Cleary P., Kennedy T., O'Regan P.
(2006) On the "essential condition" of intellectual capital: Labour!
In Journal Of Intellectual Capital; pp. 111-127
DOI: 10.1108/14691930610639804

2005

Board Composition, non-executive directors and governance cultures in Irish ICT firms: a CFO perspective
O'Regan, P; O'Donnell, D; Kennedy, T; Bontis, N; Cleary, P
(2005) Board Composition, non-executive directors and governance cultures in Irish ICT firms: a CFO perspective
In The International Journal Of Business In Society; pp. 56-63

2005

Whither stock options now?
Tracey, M; O'Donnell, D; O'Regan, P
(2005) Whither stock options now?
In Pma Perspectives On Performance; pp. 14-15

2005

Board composition, non-executive directors and governance cultures in Irish ICT firms - a CFO perspective
Kennedy, T; O'Regan, P; O`Donnell, D; Bontis, N; Cleary, P
(2005) Board composition, non-executive directors and governance cultures in Irish ICT firms - a CFO perspective
In The International Journal Of Business In Society; pp. 56-63

2004

CFOs in e-business: e-architects or foot-soldiers
O'Donnell, D; Bontis, N; O'Regan, P; Kennedy, T; Cleary, P; Hannigan, A
(2004) CFOs in e-business: e-architects or foot-soldiers
In Journal Of Knowledge And Process Management; pp. 105-116

2003

Human Interaction: The Critical Source of Intangible Value
Kennedy, T; O'Donnell, D; O'Regan, P; Coates, B; Keary, B; Berkery, G
(2003) Human Interaction: The Critical Source of Intangible Value
In Journal Of Intellectual Capital; pp. 82-99

2003

Accountability and Financial Control as 'Patriotic' Strategies: Accomptants and the Public Accounts Committee in late seventeenth and early eighteenth-century Ireland
O'Regan, P
(2003) Accountability and Financial Control as 'Patriotic' Strategies: Accomptants and the Public Accounts Committee in late seventeenth and early eighteenth-century Ireland
In The Accounting Historians Journal; pp. 105-132

2001

Perceptions of Intellectual Capital: Irish evidence
O'Regan, P; O'Donnell, D; Kennedy, T; Bontis, N; Cleary, P
(2001) Perceptions of Intellectual Capital: Irish evidence
In Journal Of Human Resource Costing And Accounting; pp. 29-38

2001

Recognition and Management of Intellectual Resources: Preliminary Evidence from Indigenous Irish High-Technology Firms
O'Regan, P; O'Donnell, D; Heffernan, M
(2001) Recognition and Management of Intellectual Resources: Preliminary Evidence from Indigenous Irish High-Technology Firms
In J. European Industrial Training; pp. 109-115

2000

The structural dimensions of intellectual capital: Emerging challenges for management and accounting
O'Donnell, D; O'Regan, P
(2000) The structural dimensions of intellectual capital: Emerging challenges for management and accounting
In Southern African Business Review; pp. 14-20

2000

Intellectual Capital: A Habermasian Introduction
O'Donnell, D; O'Regan, P; Coates, B
(2000) Intellectual Capital: A Habermasian Introduction
In Journal Of Intellectual Capital; pp. 187-200

2000

Mapping Intellectual Resources: Insights from Critical Modernism
O'Regan, P; O'Donnell, D
(2000) Mapping Intellectual Resources: Insights from Critical Modernism
In J. European Industrial Training; pp. 209-219

1997

Top management teams and pioneering: A resource-based view
Flood P.C., Fong C.-M., Smith K.G., O'Regan P., Moore S., Morley M.
(1997) Top management teams and pioneering: A resource-based view
In International Journal Of Human Resource Management; pp. 291-306

1997

Upper Echelons and Corporate Outcomes: The Case of International Divisions of US Multinational Corporations in Ireland
Morley, M; Moore, S; O'Regan, P
(1997) Upper Echelons and Corporate Outcomes: The Case of International Divisions of US Multinational Corporations in Ireland
In Argumenta Oeconomica; pp. 128-145

1996

The impact of the top management team on the sales growth performance of international divisions of US multinational enterprises operating in the Republic of Ireland
Morley, M; Moore, S; O'Regan, P
(1996) The impact of the top management team on the sales growth performance of international divisions of US multinational enterprises operating in the Republic of Ireland
In Irish J. Business & Administrative Research (Ibar); pp. 118-134

Other Journals

2017

What makes tax professionals tick?
Lynch, R.; Laheen, M.; Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.;
(2017) What makes tax professionals tick?
In CA Today; London : ICAS

2016

Community involvement lends legitimacy to firms' social accounting
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2016) Community involvement lends legitimacy to firms' social accounting
In London School of Economics Business review;

2003

Eire`s Apparent: to what extent are CFOs involved in e-business implementation
O'Donnell, D; O'Regan, P; Kennedy, T; Cleary, P; Bontis, N
(2003) Eire`s Apparent: to what extent are CFOs involved in e-business implementation
In Financial Management;

Conference Publications

2016

7th EIASM Workshop on Accounting & Regulation
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2016) 7th EIASM Workshop on Accounting & Regulation

2016

IAFA Conference 2016
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2016) IAFA Conference 2016

2016

CSEAR Ireland Conference 2016
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2016) CSEAR Ireland Conference 2016

2016

2016 KBS-CRAFiC Business Research Seminar
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2016) 2016 KBS-CRAFiC Business Research Seminar

2016

Professional Expertise, Regulation and the Public Interest
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2016) Professional Expertise, Regulation and the Public Interest

2014

CSEAR Ecological Accounts Workshop
Killian, S.; O'Regan, P.
(2014) CSEAR Ecological Accounts Workshop

2008

The 21st Irish Accounting and Finance Annual Conference
Murphy, F; O'Regan, P
(2008) The 21st Irish Accounting and Finance Annual Conference
Athlone

2006

European Accounting Association
O'Regan, P. and O'Donnell, D.
(2006) European Accounting Association
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

British Accounting Association Annual Conference
Tracey, M., O'Donnell, D., O'REgan, P., Kennedy, T., Cleary, P and Bontis, N.
(2005) British Accounting Association Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

6th European Conference on Knowledge Management
O`Donnell, D., Cleary, P., O`Regan, P., Bontis, N. and Kennedy, T.
(2005) 6th European Conference on Knowledge Management
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

EIASM Workshop on "Visualising, Measuring and Managing Intangibles and IC
O`Donnell, D., Cleary, P. O`Regan, P., Bontis, N. and Kennedy, T.
(2005) EIASM Workshop on "Visualising, Measuring and Managing Intangibles and IC
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

Irish Accounting and Finance Association
O'Regan, P., Bozzolan, S and Ricceri, F.
(2005) Irish Accounting and Finance Association
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

British Accounting Association Annual Conference
Tracey, M., O`Donnell, D., O`Regan, P., Kennedy, T., Cleary, P. and Bontis, N.
(2005) British Accounting Association Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2004

APIRA 2004
O¿REGAN P., Bozzolan, S. and Ricceri, F
(2004) APIRA 2004
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2004

Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference
O¿REGAN, P
(2004) Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2004

25th World Congess, Intellectual Capital Stream
O¿REGAN P., Bozzolan, S. and Ricceri, F
(2004) 25th World Congess, Intellectual Capital Stream
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2004

25th World Congess, Intellectual Capital Stream
Cleary, P., O¿REGAN P., O'Donnell, D., Kennedy, T. and Bontis, N
(2004) 25th World Congess, Intellectual Capital Stream
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2003

3rd World Accounting History Conference
O¿REGAN P. and O¿Donnell, D
(2003) 3rd World Accounting History Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Transparent Enterprise Conference
O¿REGAN, P., O¿Donnell, D, Kennedy, T., Bontis, N and Cleary, P.
(2002) Transparent Enterprise Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

25th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA)
O¿Donnell, D., N. Bontis, P. O¿REGAN, T. Kennedy, P. Cleary & A. Hannigan
(2002) 25th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA)
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference
Annisette, M., and O¿REGAN, P
(2002) Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

3rd World Congress on the Management of e-Commerce
O¿Donnell, D., N. Bontis, P. O¿REGAN, T. Kennedy, P. Cleary & A. Hannigan
(2002) 3rd World Congress on the Management of e-Commerce
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Irish Accounting and Finance Association Conference
O¿REGAN, P
(2002) Irish Accounting and Finance Association Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2001

5th International Seminar on Manufacturing Accounting Research
O¿REGAN P., Kennedy, T., O¿Donnell, D., O¿Regan, V. and Cleary, P
(2001) 5th International Seminar on Manufacturing Accounting Research
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

Proceedings of PAKM 2000
D. O¿Donnell, O¿REGAN P. and V. O¿Regan
(2000) Proceedings of PAKM 2000
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

7th European Conference on IT Evaluation, ECITE
O¿Donnell, D and P. O¿REGAN
(2000) 7th European Conference on IT Evaluation, ECITE
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

IAFA Annual Conference
O¿REGAN, P, D. O¿Donnell and V. O¿Regan
(2000) IAFA Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

Proceedings of e2000
P. O¿REGAN and O¿Donnell, D.
(2000) Proceedings of e2000
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

IAM Annual Conference
O¿REGAN, P, O¿Donnell, D. and M. Heffernan
(2000) IAM Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

4th International Conference on Organisational Discourse
O¿Donnell, D, P. O¿REGAN, B. Coates and S. McCurtain
(2000) 4th International Conference on Organisational Discourse
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

8th World Congress of Accounting Historians
O'REGAN, P and B. Murphy
(2000) 8th World Congress of Accounting Historians
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

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O¿Donnell, D, P. O¿REGAN and B. Coates
(1999) *
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

IAM Annual Conference
O¿REGAN, P and D. O¿Donnell
(1999) IAM Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

IAFA Annual Conference
O'REGAN, P and B. Murphy
(1999) IAFA Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

2nd EIASM Workshop on Management and Accounting in Historical Perspectives
O'REGAN, P and B. Murphy
(1999) 2nd EIASM Workshop on Management and Accounting in Historical Perspectives
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

ICAI conference
O¿REGAN, P
(1999) ICAI conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1997

American Academy of Management Conference
Fong, M., Smith, K.G., Flood, O¿REGAN, P., Moore, S., and Morley, M
(1997) American Academy of Management Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1997

Management Research Institute of Ireland Annual Conference
P. Flood, P. O'REGAN, M. Morley and S. Moore
(1997) Management Research Institute of Ireland Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1996

IAFA Annual Conference
O'REGAN, P
(1996) IAFA Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1995

Erasmus University Human Resource Management Conference
Fong, M., Smith, K.G., Flood, O¿REGAN, P., Moore, S., and Morley, M
(1995) Erasmus University Human Resource Management Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1994

IAFA Annual Conference
O'REGAN, P
(1994) IAFA Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

Other Publications

2005

Board composition, non-executive directors and governance cultures in Irish ICT firms: A CFO perspective
O'Regan P., O'Donnell D., Kennedy T., Bontis N., Cleary P.
(2005) Board composition, non-executive directors and governance cultures in Irish ICT firms: A CFO perspective
In Corporate Governance; pp. 56-63
DOI: 10.1108/14720700510616596

2004

Exploring Intellectual Capital Practice in the Irish ICT Sector
O'Regan, P; O'Donnell, D; Kennedy, T; Bontis, N; Cleary, P
(2004) Exploring Intellectual Capital Practice in the Irish ICT Sector

2003

CFO involvement in e-Business: e-Architects or Foot-soldiers
O'Donnell, D; Bontis, N; O'Regan, P; Kennedy, T; Cleary, P; Hannigan, A
(2003) CFO involvement in e-Business: e-Architects or Foot-soldiers

2002

Managing Knowledge-based organisations: Top Management Teams, Organisational Learning and Innovation
Flood, P; O'Regan, P; et al
(2002) Managing Knowledge-based organisations: Top Management Teams, Organisational Learning and Innovation

2002

CFO involvement in e-Business: e-Architects or Foot-Soldiers
O'Donnell, D; Bontis, N; O'Regan, P; Kennedy, T; Cleary, P; Hannigan, A
(2002) CFO involvement in e-Business: e-Architects or Foot-Soldiers

2001

Ireland's Shannon story: Leaders, visions and networks - A case study of local and regional development
O'Regan, P
(2001) Ireland's Shannon story: Leaders, visions and networks - A case study of local and regional development
pp. 149-150