Dr Naoise McDonagh

Dr Naoise McDonagh
 Position Lecturer
 Org Unit Institute for International Trade
 Email naoise.mcdonagh@adelaide.edu.au
 Telephone +61 8 8313 1409
 Location Floor/Room 5 ,  Nexus ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Dr. Naoise McDonagh is an expert in international political economy, institutional economics, development and comparative capitalism. He has a BA in political science and philosophy, and an MA in international development, both from the National University of Ireland, Galway. Naoise has a PhD degree from the University of Auckland, specializing in institutional economics and the evolution of economic systems.

    In the tertiary sector he has extensive experience teaching, conference speaking and publishing original research. He has experience collaborating with international organisations such as the UNDP on development issues, as well as working in the private sector as an economic consultant.

    Naoise’s research has recently examined the factors driving financial crises, the political economy of differential regional and national economic growth, and the institutional underpinnings of successful development. He has published in Routledge’s Frontiers in Political Economy series, Culture and Organization, and has research forthcoming with the Journal of Economic Issues. Research in progress analyses the political economy of WTO reform and the growing shift to plurilateral trade agreements. Of special concern is the re-emergence of state-led capitalism and the growing role of state-owned enterprises in global trade. Naoise welcomes collaboration on these research interests.

     

  • Teaching Interests

    Naoise has taught economic sociology and comparative institutional economics in European and Australasian universities. He believes in continually developing his pedagogical practice through insights into the latest theoretical and practical research. Naoise's teaching regularly receives the highest commendations from his students through official anonymized student evaluations. The following example is typical of student feedback: "Naoise creates a classroom environment which is really thought provoking, everyone has a chance to participate in and contribute to the class work". This statement is reflective of his commitment to high-impact, high-engagement teaching.

    Naoise will be teaching 'Principles of International Trade and Development" (TRADE 7004) during the 2020 academic year.

  • Research Interests

    ·         Political Economy of International Trade

    ·         Institutions, Trade and Development

    ·         Comparative Capitalism and Variation in Development Paths

     

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