Kiel Institute for the World Economy and University of Kiel
Aoife Hanley is a Professor at the University of Kiel, Germany, since 2008 and is based at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. Before joining Kiel she was on the staff at the University of Nottingham (2003 – 2008). She completed a Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh Business School. Her research interests are in innovation and industrial organization focusing particularly on international outsourcing, innovation and firm start-ups. She has published in international journals. She has contributed at several European Commission/ OECD joint initiatives on global value chains.
Articles by Aoife Hanley:
Trust-based working time spurs innovation
8 July 2014, 20217 reads
Can Spain learn from its ‘export starters’?
5 November 2012, 7019 reads
Foreign firms and firm survival: A look at Ireland in crisis
21 February 2012, 8515 reads
Have Chinese innovators (and banks) finally grown-up?
24 March 2011, 11863 reads
FDI in Ireland: New findings for grants and local partnerships
5 October 2010, 10139 reads
Procurement that pays: Foreign outsourcing, innovation, and profit dynamics
7 September 2009, 9706 reads