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Naoise Mcdonagh

Naoise McDonagh

Senior Lecturer, Edith Cowan University

Naoise publishes original research on international business and trade issues, including how domestic regulation, international trade agreements and geopolitics impact the international business environment.

In addition, he teaches courses on international business at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in ECU's School of Business and Law.

Before joining Edith Cowan University, Naoise was a Lecturer in international political economy for three years at the Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide. He also served one year as President of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, South Australia (2021-2022).

He completed his PhD at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, having previously studied in Ireland. Before entering academia, Naoise served two years in the Irish Defence Forces (2002-2004), followed by five years working in the private sector in Ireland.

He was delighted to have the opportunity to join ECU’s School of Business and Law in 2022. Through his research, Naoise aims to contribute to ECU's mission to impact society positively while also helping maintain the university's outstanding record for high-quality teaching outcomes. In addition, he looks forward to giving his best to his students, encouraging them to cultivate a lifelong love for learning while supporting them on their journey into their future careers.