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What types of managers are better positioned in combining exploitation and exploration?

So what types of managers are better positioned to be ambidextrous? And under what conditions? Read a recent publication by Dr Ruifang Wang and Prof Patrick Gibbons to know more.

Friday, 26 February 2021

Gulf Stream System at its weakest in over a millennium

A new study by scientists from Ireland, Britain and Germany has found that the Gulf Stream System, also known as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), is at its weakest in over a millennium.

Friday, 26 February 2021

Publication of Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development entitled: Views and Experiences of People with Intellectual Disabilities to Improve Access to Assistive Technology: Perspectives from India

Publication in Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development by ALL Institute Co-director Mac MacLachlan, ALL Member Fleur Boot and others

Publication of Article in Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development Volume 31, Issue 4, by ALL Institute Co-director Malcolm MacLachlan and ALL member Fleur Heleen Boot and Ritu Ghosh, John Gerard Dinsmore, entitled 'Views and Experiences of People with Intellectual Disabilities to Improve Access to Assistive Technology: Perspectives from India'.

Thursday, 25 February 2021

What happens if Chinese and Western multinationals meet in a developing country? Read more in a new paper from Dr. Julius Nyiawung

This paper demonstrates how Chinese economic power and the ensuing geopolitical dynamics impacted on the manner in which Western MNEs operated and managed ‘their’ workforces in a developing country.

Thursday, 25 February 2021

Dr Richardson participates in the launch of the Global Islamic Finance Report 2020-2021

Dr Richardson presented a paper on responsible Islamic finance at the launch of the Global Islamic Finance Report 2020-2021. The launch was moderated by Dr Rizwan Malik with papers by Dr Richardson and Dr. Jamshaid Anwar Chattha.

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Disability and Rehabilitation Assistive Technology

ALL Institute members publish article in February's Disability and Rehabilitation:Assitive Technology

Assisting Living and Learning (ALL) Institute members; Katriona O’Sullivan, Amy McGrane, Siobhan Long, Kevin Marshall & Malcolm Maclachlan publish article in February's Disability and Rehabilitation: Assitive Technology entitled 'Using a systems thinking approach to understand teachers perceptions and use of assistive technology in the republic of Ireland.'

Saturday, 20 February 2021

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ALL Institute welcomes Kimberly Wright, LLM Student as Semester 2 Intern student

The ALL Institute is delighted to be hosting LLM student Kimberly Wright for the Semester as part of her postgraduate studies in Global Legal Studies. During the placement, Kimberly will be taking part in a variety of tasks ranging from research on the European Ombudsman’s decision on disability rights, conducting literature reviews and undertaking various administration and communication duties. She will also be helping with the ALL Institute blog.

Friday, 19 February 2021

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ALL members publish article in February's Disability and Rehabilitation:Assitive Technology

Assisting Living and Learning (ALL) Institute members; Katriona O’Sullivan, Amy McGrane, Siobhan Long, Kevin Marshall & Malcolm Maclachlan publish article in February's Disability and Rehabilitation:Assitive Technology entitled 'Using a systems thinking approach to understand teachers perceptions and use of assistive technology in the republic of Ireland.'

Thursday, 18 February 2021

A view out a very calm sea from the land, the sun is setting and its light is stretching in a path across the water

EUROPE FOR CITIZENS

Maynooth University colleagues, Dr Derek Barter (Dept. of Adult and Community Education and ALL member) and Jennifer Lloyd Hughes (Civic Engagement Coordinator with MU’s Experiential Learning Office), have just secured EU funding as part of an international consortium for Foundations for Futures Europe. The aim is to develop a network of Higher Education and Civil Society partners to engage citizens in debates and discussion groups around the future direction of the European project. The FFE network consists of Maynooth University; the university of Novi Sad, Serbia; Pecs University, Hungary; The European Anti-Poverty Network, Ireland; The Hellenic Anti-Poverty Network, Greece and URKRAFT, Sweden.

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Funding: National University of Ireland (NUI) Travelling Doctoral Studentships in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences 2021

The National University of Ireland (NUI) Travelling Doctoral Studentships in the Humanities and Social Sciences 2021 are now open for applications. These Studentships are open to NUI graduates in all academic disciplines of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

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