While pain is recognised as part and parcel of most consumption experiences (Liu, Mattila, & Bolton, 2018; Scott, Cayla, & Cova, 2017) what it means for value outcomes is less clear.
When: Friday, 11 December 2020
When: Tuesday, 24 November 2020
Virtual Research Seminar: Investigating the impact of presentation choice on non-professional investors’ earnings judgements
Numerous studies find that seemingly simple presentation choices can impact investor decision-making.
When: Friday, 20 November 2020
You can extend your three-year degree to four years and devote your third year to a work placement. Or you could study abroad for one year, at one of Maynooth University's partner universities. With the deadlines approaching, it is now time to choose!
When: Thursday, 05 November 2020
This research explores the role of third-party quality evaluations in alleviating audiences’ interpretive difficulties in the face of rare events. Leveraging an emerging literature in the multidimensionality of status and status inconsistency, it is argued that while status benefits organizations and products, the inconsistency between the status of the organization and the status of the product results in a penalty to the organization. High status organizations that offer low status products violate audiences’ expectations about product quality and are likely to be penalized. Low status organizations that offer high status products are likely to be seen as not credible and will thus not receive the full benefit of offering a high-status product. The hypotheses are empirically tested using data on all catastrophe bonds issued since the inception of the catastrophe bond market in 1996. The results show that despite the sophistication of this financial market, due to the unpredictability of rare events, investors use third party quality evaluations to overcome interpretive difficulties in making investment decisions. While third party quality evaluations are positive for the valuation of a product, the inconsistency between the status of the organization and the status of the product has moderating effects on the benefits of status.
When: Friday, 23 October 2020
This fair is aimed at students who are interested in a career in Accounting or Law with over 30 company stalls to check out and interact with. There are 3 accounting institutes to learn more about the profession and over 15 employers who are advertising accounting related positions.....Chartered Accountants Ireland, ACCA, CIMA Ireland, PwC Ireland, KPMG, Deloitte, EY, Ifac, Office of The Comptroller General, State Street, BDO Ireland, Grant Thornton, Mazars , AIB, Bank of Ireland, Crowe.
When: Friday, 09 October 2020
The first Maynooth University Sustainable Finance Webinar hosts three scholars of sustainable finance and enterprise who will present on their recent research projects and findings. There will be an opportunity for questions towards the end and we invite professionals, researchers and interested parties. The seminar is hosted by Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute.
When: Thursday, 17 September 2020
Covid 19 and the lessons from supply chain disruptions-
When: Thursday, 21 May 2020
Join our Postgraduate Office and academics from across the university for Live Q&As on our Master's and Research programmes
When: Monday, 11 May 2020
The Research Seminar Series aims to provide a forum through which to explore different areas of business, with a view to deveioping new ideas. Researchers will discuss their academic work and share their knowledge and reflections on various different topics.
When: Friday, 21 February 2020