dotLAB MidWest is one of IIDB’s network partners in the US and is a collaboration between IIDB and the Collins College of Business at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma. As well as joint research activities, dotLAB MidWest serves as a platform international mobility between DCU Business School and the Collins College of Business. A key focus for the collaboration is the role and impact of digitalisation on both local and national economies and society.
C. Wood (TU), M. Troilo (TU), T. Lynn (DCU), J. Kennedy (DCU), C. O’Gorman (DCU), D. Curran (DCU), K. Hynes (DCU), P. Rosati (University of Galway)
Electronic Word of Mouth and Social Media
C. Wood (TU), T. Lynn (DCU), G. Leoni Santos (DCU), P. Rosati (University of Galway)
L. Sun (TU), B. Murphy (DCU), B. Nair (NMIMS)
Issues in International Trade
M. Troilo (TU), E. Olsen (TU), K. Hynes (DCU)
C. Wood (TU), T. Lynn (DCU), A. Busalim (TUD)
SELECTED RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
Smart Streets as Social Platforms
Lynn, Theo; Wood, Charles, “Smart Streets as a Cyber-Physical Social Platform: A Conceptual Framework” (2023). Sensors. 23(3):1399.
Slogans as Persuasive Accelerants of Electronic Word-of-Mouth Communication: A Preliminary Conceptual Model
Lynn, Theo; Rosati, Pierangelo; and Wood, Charles M., “Slogans as Persuasive Accelerants of Electronic Word-of-Mouth Communication: A Preliminary Conceptual Model” (2022). Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2022. 53.
Asset Redeployability and Employee Performance
Murphy, Brid; Sun, Li, “Asset Redeployability and Employee Performance” (2022). International Journal of Disclosure and Governance. 14:1-5.
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Dr. Brid Murphy
Prof Theo Lynn
Full Professor of
Dean, Collins College
of Business, The University of
Prof Charles Wood
Management, Marketing and International Business, Collins College of Business, The University of Tulsa