Business School

Dr
Robert
Gillanders

Primary Department
Business School
Role
Lecturer in Economics
Phone number: 01 700
8915
Campus
Glasnevin Campus
Room Number
Q251

Academic biography

Rob Gillanders is an Associate Professor of Economics at Dublin City University Business School and Co-Director of the DCU Anti-corruption Research Centre (DCU ARC). He holds a PhD in Economics from University College Dublin. Prior to working at DCU he worked in Finland at Hanken School of Economics and Aalto University.

He is Co-PI of the Irish Research Council funded project Corruption, Gender, and Sustainable Development (COGS).

Rob's main research focus is the causes and consequences of corruption. He is also interested in enterprise, entrepreneurship, and the business environment.

Rob's research has been published in journals such as The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Public Choice, Social Science & Medicine, Governance, The Journal of Legal Studies, the Journal of Development Studies, Energy Policy, International Interactions, and International Tax and Public Finance

Rob is interested in working with graduate students in his specific research areas and in the fields of Development, Political Economy, and Public Economics more generally.

You can find his full CV and links to his working papers here


Research interests

My main research focus is the causes and consequences of corruption. I am also interested in enterprise, entrepreneurship, and the business environment.

I am Co-PI of the Irish Research Council funded project Corruption, Gender, and Sustainable Development (COGS)

You can find me on Twitter @robgillanders. You can also access my research via IDEAS/RePEc and ResearchGate. My CV can be viewed here.