Dr Michael Hayden

Economics, Finance and Accounting

Lecturer
Assistant Professor

Rhetoric Annex
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(01) 708 6420

Biography

Dr. Michael Hayden completed his accountancy training with KPMG and qualified as a chartered accountant in 2004. After spending five years working in professional practice he spent three years working as a financial controller in industry. In 2009, he joined Maynooth University as a lecturer in accounting. Michael lectures in the areas of financial accounting, management accounting and financial management. He completed his PhD in 2017 and his research interests are in the area of financial management practices in small and micro businesses with a particular focus on Irish Farms.

Research Interests

 Financial management practices in small and micro businesses with a particular focus on Irish Farms

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2019 The most dangerous field is the field next door - understanding the influencing factors on the strategic decision-making process of farmers.
Hayden, M., Mattimoe, R. and Jack, L. (2019) The most dangerous field is the field next door - understanding the influencing factors on the strategic decision-making process of farmers. [Oral Presentation], 32nd Irish Accounting and Finance Association Conference, Dublin [Details]
2019 Sensemaking of Financial Management in the Decision-making process of Farmers.
Hayden, M. , Mattimoe, R. and Jack, L. (2019) Sensemaking of Financial Management in the Decision-making process of Farmers. [Oral Presentation], Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh [Details]
2019 Qualitative Research: To use NVIVO or Not?.
Hayden, M., Mattimoe, R. and Murphy, B. (2019) Qualitative Research: To use NVIVO or Not?. [Oral Presentation], 32nd Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference, Dublin [Details]
2018 Sensemaking of Financial Management in the Decision-making Process of Farmers.
Hayden, M., Mattimoe, R. and Jack, L. (2018) Sensemaking of Financial Management in the Decision-making Process of Farmers. [Oral Presentation], 31st Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference, Limerick [Details]
2017 Financial Management in Family Businesses: Tourism and Farming in Ireland.
Mattimoe, R. and Hayden, M. (2017) Financial Management in Family Businesses: Tourism and Farming in Ireland. [Oral Presentation], 30th Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference, Athlone [Details]
2016 Financial Management in Family Businesses: the case of Tourism and Farms.
Mattimoe, R. and Hayden, M. (2016) Financial Management in Family Businesses: the case of Tourism and Farms. [Oral Presentation], 5th Irish Management Accounting Research Network Workshop, Dublin [Details]
2015 Financial Management on Irish Farms: A Research Agenda.
Hayden, M. and Mattimoe, R. (2015) Financial Management on Irish Farms: A Research Agenda. [Oral Presentation], 28th Irish Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference, Dublin [Details]
2014 Financial Management on Irish Farms: Preliminary Findings.
Hayden, M. and Mattimoe, R. (2014) Financial Management on Irish Farms: Preliminary Findings. [Oral Presentation], 3rd Irish Management Accounting Research Network Workshop, Dublin [Details]
2013 Financial Management on Irish Farms: Preliminary Findings.
Hayden, M. and Mattimoe, R. (2013) Financial Management on Irish Farms: Preliminary Findings. [Oral Presentation], 9th Management Control Research Conference, Nyenrode, The Netherlands [Details]

Honours and Awards

  Year Title Awarding Body
2015 Doctoral Funding Competition Winner Irish Accounting and Finance Association

Professional Associations

  Association Function From / To
Irish Accounting and Finance Association Council Member 31-MAY-12 / 31-MAY-15

Teaching Interests

Current taught modules: AC151 Introduction to Accounting; AC160 Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting; AC605 Strategic Finance and Management Accounting. Previously taught modules:  AC152 Financial Accounting 1; AC201 Financial Accounting 2; AC503 Finance for Accountants