Professor Geoghegan’s research interests include strategic management, innovation, innovation systems, technology transfer, and entrepreneurship. His previous experience includes acting as a fixed-term lecturer at the National University of Ireland, Galway and as a visiting research scholar at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He has been published Science and Public Policy, The Irish Journal of Management, and Prometheus, among other industry journals.
“The Ten Faces of Innovation: Tom Kelley” (book review) (forthcoming), Irish Journal of Management.
"From Ivory Tower to Factory Floor? How Universities are Changing to Meet the Needs of Industry,” (2008), Science and Public Policy, with Pontikakis, D.
“A Framework for a Strategic Repositioning Strategy: A Case Study of Bulmer’s Original Cider,” (2007), The Irish Journal of Management, with Ryan, P., Moroney, M., and Cunningham, J.
“Ireland’s National Innovation System: An Exploratory Study of Supporting Institutions and Dynamic Actors,” (2006), Prometheus, with Pontikakis, D and McDonnell, T.