About Me [email: bradley@intinn.ie]

  • Research focuses on relationships between culture and innovation.
  • During 2015/2016, teach undergraduate module Green Venture Finance at Quinn Business School and graduate module Green Business at Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin.
  • Electrical engineering degree from University College Cork, MBA from Syracuse University, New York and PhD in international finance from Stern School of Business, New York University (NYU).
  • Wrote two books with James Kennelly: The Irish Edge (2013) and Capitalising on Culture, Competing on Difference (2008).
  • Wrote 2011 book Meon Gaelach, Aigne Nuálaíoch.
  • Co-edited with Joe Mulholland book of essays on Ireland’s economic crisis from 2009 MacGill Summer School.
  • Worked as engineer with GE in US, Korea and Ireland.
  • Former professor of finance at Dublin City University (DCU) and first Director of the MSc in Investment and Treasury degree.
  • Also set up at DCU path-breaking Irish-medium degree [finance, computing and enterprise] as well as Irish-medium centre, Fiontar.
  • Was Chairman of Zamano, hi tech company founded by former Fiontar students whose IPO is now listed on London and Dublin Stock Exchanges.
  • Was a professor in the Economics Department at Maynooth University where set up and ran interdisciplinary undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
  • Former visiting professor at University of Michigan, Fordham University and NYU in US and Helsinki School of Economics [now Aalto University], Finland.