【Topic】：Social and Environmental Aspects of Competitiveness: Cross-Country Comparisons
【Speaker】：Prof. Eleanor Doyle ()
Dr. Eleanor Doyle is Professor of Economics. She is Director of the practitioner-oriented, developmental, doctoral research programme, DBA (Business Economics) and has supervised sixteen doctoral theses to completion. She is Director of the Competitiveness Institute and her teaching and research relate to the integration of professional and organisational development and its impact on the environment for business and in turn on economic development and prosperity. Between 2011 and 2016 she contributed to the management, organisation and development of Economics at UCC across roles of Assistant Head, Acting Head and Head of the School of Economics.
She is an invited member of the international Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MoC) network of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, Harvard Business School, led by Prof. Michael Porter (). She is an inaugural member of the European MoC Chapter and is current annual Chairperson. For her contribution to this network over ten years she was honoured to be elected into the Hall of Fame of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School, only the sixth person to receive this honour. ().
After the lecture, more information about the Business School and our cooperative programmes will be delivered by Mary Maguire and Haibo Huang (another two representatives of UCC).
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