Research Grants & Awards

1. Research Project: InEire: Towards an Inclusive Ireland through and Economic Assessment of AntiImmigrant Sentiment in Ireland.

Awarding Body: Irish Research Council (IRC) COALESCE.

Duration: 18 months.

Role: Research Collaborator – Economic Expert.

Research Team: Dr. M. Atif Qureshi (TU Dublin), Dr. Simon Caton (UCD), Mr. Brian Killoran (Partner, Immigration Council of Ireland), Dr. Arjumand Younus (Research Scientist, Afiniti); Sandra Ruiz Morana (United Nations).

Amount: €200,018.41

2. Research Project: “An Evidence Review of Behavioural Economics”

Awarding Body: Irish Department of Justice

Research Team: Dr Brian Barry and Dr.
Aiden Carthy.

Amount: EUR 19,800. (April 2021 to
November 2021).

3. Research Project: “Nurturing Economic Critical Thinking in Primary Education: A Case Study of 5th/6th Year Students in the Republic of Ireland”.

Awarding Body: Refinitiv Charities. Amount: EUR 5,000.

4. Research Project: FRAGILITY – “The Fragility of Business Schools in the European Context.”

Awarding Body: Enterprise Ireland

Funds to support the development of a 2020 Pillar 01 – ERC Starting Grant – October 2016.

5. Research Project Title: “An Analysis on Volatility in Commodity and Financial Markets and Implications for Economic Growth”.

Awarding Body: Laureate Research Programme - Laureate
Online Education – UK Institutions Leadership.

Amount: EUR 4,000. The year 2015.

6. Research Project entitled: “Promoting Formative and Self-Assessment Practices in Online Education” with Dr. Natasha Slutskaya.

Awarding Body: Laureate Research Programme - Laureate Online Education – UK Institutions Leadership.

Amount: EUR 7,000.

Year: 2014.

7. RAP 2 – Pilot Sabbatical Scheme: Research Project Title: “BRICS, Fossil Fuels, Renewable Energies and Economic Sustainability during Times of Crises”

Awarding body: Dublin Institute of Technology
(DIT).

Six months Sabbatical to focus on the development of my research profile. Amount: EUR 30,000.

8. RAP 1 – Seed Funding Scheme – Research Project Title: “Reliance and Usage of Fossil Fuels: The
Economic Challenges”

Awarding body: Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).

Amount: EUR 6,000.

9. Research Project: “How to Use Responsible Feedback and Personal Development Journals to Abate Plagiarism in Online Education” with Dr Nataliia Stukalo

Awarding Body: Laureate Research Programme - Laureate Online Education – UK Institutions Leadership.

Amount: EUR 6,600. Year: 2013

10. Fiosraigh Scholarship Programme 2014- Dean of Graduate Students Award. Title of the Project: “The Pricing of Oil: An Econometric Study of the Underlying Macroeconomic and Financial Triggers”

Research Student: Miroslava Zavadska.

Awarding body: Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).

Amount: EUR 18,500 per year (4 years).

11. Fiosraigh Scholarship Programme 2011 for International Student Support. Title of the Project: “Is the Chinese Economy Stable? A Contagion Analysis during Times of Crises”

Research Student: Su Qian Kong.

Awarding body: Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).

Amount: EUR 6,000 per year (4 years).