SHORT BIOGRAPHY


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.

 


JOURNAL REFEREEING

 

Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting, Small Business Economics, Economic and Social Review, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Review of World Economics, Research Policy, Canadian Journal of Economics

 

 

SELECTED WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES

 

ZEW Mannheim conference on ‘Economics of Information and Patenting’ and ‘Finale Conference COST network STRIKE’, May 2011

 

Verein für Socialpolitik, Special Session on Globalisation and Outsourcing organized by Joachim Wagner, September 2010, CAU Kiel

 

Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie, Workshop on Service Robotics, ‘Services outsourcing and innovation: The way forward for German engineering?, September 2010

 

ZEW Mannheim, Conference title ‘The Economics of Information and Communication Technologies’ Conference, July 2010

 

Knowledge for Growth Workshop, Toulouse School of Economics, ‘Exporting and Environmental Innovation’, July 2008