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Camilla Noonan

BA MA PhD

QUALIFICATIONS:

BA (Economics and German) University College Dublin

MA (Economics) University College Dublin

PhD (Economics) University of Reading, UK

AWARDS:

Recipient of the 2003 Richard N. Farmer Dissertation Award, US Academy of International Business (AIB).

Finalist for the 2003 Gunnar Hedlund Dissertation Award, European International Business Academy (EIBA).

Best Reviewer Award, Academy of International Business Annual Conference, 2008, Milan, Italy

APPOINTMENTS:

2004-2005 Visiting Professor, Dept. of Management and Global Business, Rutgers Business School, Rutgers, USA

2005-2006 Visiting Researcher, Dept. of Management and Global Business, Rutgers Business School, Rutgers, USA

Board member and Irish representative, European International Business Academy (EIBA).

Co-chair (Europe) of Information Systems SIG for ICT in Global Development

TEACHING AREAS

Strategy; International Business

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Spatial and organisational issues associated with technological activity/innovation

PUBLICATIONS/RESEARCH PAPERS (SORTED BY YEAR)

Kelly, S. and C. Noonan (2008). "Anxiety and psychological security in offshoring relationships: the role and development of trust as emotional commitment." Journal of Information Technology (forthcoming in December issue)

Kelly, S. and C. Noonan (2008). “Risk, anxiety, and the production of comfort/ trust in the context of globalized modes of working: the case of an Ireland-India IS offshoring relationship”. Outsourcing Global Services: Knowledge, Innovation and Social Capital. I. Oshri, J. Kotlarsky and L. P. Willcocks (Eds.). Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan:170-209.

Kelly, S., C. Noonan, et al. (2008). “Collective sensemaking, power and relationship development in global software work: the anatomy of a crisis in an Ireland-India offshoring project”. The Second Information Systems Workshop on Global Sourcing: Services, Knowledge and Innovation, Val d'Isere, France.

Cantwell, J.C., C. Noonan and F. Zhang (2008) "Technological Complexity and the Restructuring of Subsidiary Knowledge Sourcing – A ‘phantom picture’ of the MNE?' Academy of International Business, Milan, Italy June30 -July 4.

Cantwell, J.C., C. Noonan (2007) “Exploring the characteristics of technology spillovers using patent citation data” Do Multinationals Feed Local Development and Growth? L. Piscitello and G. Santangelo (Eds.). Elsevier: 95-128

Kelly, S., C. Noonan, et al. (2007). “Producing comfort: risk, anxiety and trust in the development of an IS offshoring relationship”. 28th Annual International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). S. Rivard and J. Webster (Eds), Montréal, Canada.

Kelly, S. and C. Noonan (2007). “Understanding emergent modes of distributed organising: the case of global software work”. Workshop on The Challenges of Collaborative Work in Global Software Development. G. Avram, Abbott, P. and P.J. Ågerfalk, L. Bannon, V. Dalberg and K. Ehrlich (eds)Limerick, Ireland.

Cantwell, J.C., C. Noonan and F. Zhang (2007) “Technological Complexity and the Restructuring of Subsidiary Knowledge Sourcing in Intra-Multinational and Inter-Firm Networks” presented at the Lerner Center for Pharmaceutical Research, Rutgers University, USA.

Kelly, S., C. Noonan, et al. (2007). “Risk, anxiety and trust: the process of building the social infrastructure to support an IS offshoring relationship”. The First Information Systems Workshop on Global Sourcing: Services, Knowledge and Innovation, Val d'Isere, France.

Cantwell, J.A. and C. Noonan (2004) "Technology relatedness 1890-1995" Academy of Management conference, New Orleans, August 6-11.

Cantwell, J.A. and C. Noonan (2003) "Technology Sourcing by MNES - modelling the complex process of local interactions". Academy of Management Annual Conference, Seattle August 1-6.

Cantwell, J.A. and C. Noonan(2002). "The Regional Distribution of Technological Development: evidence from foreign-owned Firms in Germany" in M. Feldman and N. Massard (eds.) Knowledge Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation. Kluwer:199-230.

Cantwell, J.A. and C. Noonan(2002) "how localized is knowledge sourcing? - Evidence from foreign-owned firms in Germany". European International Business Association (EIBA) annual conference, Athens, December 8-10.

Noonan C.A., (with J.A. Cantwell and S. Iammarino) (2000). "Sticky Places in Slippery Space - the Location of Innovation by MNCs in the European Regions" in N. Pain (ed.) Inward Investment, Technological Change and Growth, London, Macmillan: 210-239.

Noonan C.A., (with B. Andreósso O'Callaghan) (1996). "Intra-industry Trade and Industrial Specialisation in East and Central Europe" Journal of World Trade 30:139-68.

Contact Details:

  UCD School of Business
  Management

  Quinn School of Business
  University College Dublin
  Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
  Fax: +353 1 716 4739
  Email: Camilla.Noonan@ucd.ie
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