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Henry Joyce

Lecturer in Economics

  • hjoyce@ait.ie
  • Room: F2693
  • Building: HTL Building
  • Faculty: Faculty of Business & Hospitality

Henry Joyce, B.A, M.Econ.sc. Dip. Fin. Mgt. lectures in Economics and allied subjects in the Business School. His main teaching and academic interests are in the areas of Macroeconomic policy, Applied Economics, Regional Development and Human Resource Economics. He previously lectured at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (Castlebar Campus) and was a visiting lecturer at the University of Kassel , Germany. Prior to his teaching career he was employed in the financial services and food processing industries.

Henry Joyce holds a B.A ( Hons) Degree in Economics and Geography and an Masters’ degree in Economics from the National University Of Ireland, Galway. He also holds a Diploma in Financial Management from ACCA, London.

1. “The fieldtrip as a teaching and learning tool” Paper delivered at the CIT Economic Forum. May 2014.

MBA AND MBS Thesis supervision

1. Leahy, Eamonn , (2013) To what extent can Irish Horse racing benefit from a new approach to sports club, community and corporate racehorse ownership.(MBA)

2. Kenny, Heather, (2013) The ethical consumer: An investigation into purchasing behavior towards Fairtrade Coffee in Ireland.(MBS)

3. Keon, Deirdre, (2012) Primetime women in Ireland. (MBS)

4. Roddy Gillian,(2010) Person centered planning at HSE Midlands (MBA)

Undergraduate:

Management Accounting

Management Principles

Human Reource Management

Marketing Principles

Applied Marketing

Postgraduate:

Managerial Economics

Economics and the Business Environment

Organisation of seminar by Columbian Fairtrade co-op manager Fernando Rodriquez and fairtrade Ireland financial controller , Dunstan Burke. February 2014

Facilitator to industry panel for development of Masters in Business practice programme , March 2014

External examiner in Economics at Sligo Institute of Technology. 2011 – Date

Panelist on RTE Radio 1’s “The Business” programme with George Lee, April 2011.

Interviewee on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show, October 2013.

Organiser of annual seminar on multinational investment in Ireland for AIT Second year business students in conjunction with IDA Ireland

Organiser of annual seminar on Irish indigenous industry for AIT third year business students in association with Enterprise Ireland

Facilitation and joint project management role in a “Fairtrade” dioceses project, a joint collaboration between AIT, Fairtrade Ireland and the dioceses of Ardagh & Clonmacnoise.

Joint organiser of annual regional development field trip for AIT 4th year Sports and Hospitality students.

Continuous engagement with regional and industrial development agencies regionally nationally and internationally.

European Movement

  • Biography

    Henry Joyce, B.A, M.Econ.sc. Dip. Fin. Mgt. lectures in Economics and allied subjects in the Business School. His main teaching and academic interests are in the areas of Macroeconomic policy, Applied Economics, Regional Development and Human Resource Economics. He previously lectured at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (Castlebar Campus) and was a visiting lecturer at the University of Kassel , Germany. Prior to his teaching career he was employed in the financial services and food processing industries.

    Henry Joyce holds a B.A ( Hons) Degree in Economics and Geography and an Masters’ degree in Economics from the National University Of Ireland, Galway. He also holds a Diploma in Financial Management from ACCA, London.

  • Research & Consultancy

    1. “The fieldtrip as a teaching and learning tool” Paper delivered at the CIT Economic Forum. May 2014.

    MBA AND MBS Thesis supervision

    1. Leahy, Eamonn , (2013) To what extent can Irish Horse racing benefit from a new approach to sports club, community and corporate racehorse ownership.(MBA)

    2. Kenny, Heather, (2013) The ethical consumer: An investigation into purchasing behavior towards Fairtrade Coffee in Ireland.(MBS)

    3. Keon, Deirdre, (2012) Primetime women in Ireland. (MBS)

    4. Roddy Gillian,(2010) Person centered planning at HSE Midlands (MBA)

  • Teaching Experience

    Undergraduate:

    Management Accounting

    Management Principles

    Human Reource Management

    Marketing Principles

    Applied Marketing

    Postgraduate:

    Managerial Economics

    Economics and the Business Environment

  • Interests & Professional Development

    Organisation of seminar by Columbian Fairtrade co-op manager Fernando Rodriquez and fairtrade Ireland financial controller , Dunstan Burke. February 2014

    Facilitator to industry panel for development of Masters in Business practice programme , March 2014

    External examiner in Economics at Sligo Institute of Technology. 2011 – Date

    Panelist on RTE Radio 1’s “The Business” programme with George Lee, April 2011.

    Interviewee on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show, October 2013.

    Organiser of annual seminar on multinational investment in Ireland for AIT Second year business students in conjunction with IDA Ireland

    Organiser of annual seminar on Irish indigenous industry for AIT third year business students in association with Enterprise Ireland

    Facilitation and joint project management role in a “Fairtrade” dioceses project, a joint collaboration between AIT, Fairtrade Ireland and the dioceses of Ardagh & Clonmacnoise.

    Joint organiser of annual regional development field trip for AIT 4th year Sports and Hospitality students.

    Continuous engagement with regional and industrial development agencies regionally nationally and internationally.

  • Membership of Academic/Professional Bodies

    European Movement