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Photo: John Casey, Cormac O'Keeffe and Ray Griffin

John Casey is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and a lecturer in the Department of Accounting & Economics in the School of Business at WIT. He is programme director for the MBS in Accounting and the M Sc in Global Financial Information Systems. He teaches across a range of programmes to undergraduate, post graduate and executive programmes in the areas of advanced financial reporting, corporate finance, investment fund accounting, introductory statistics and corporate financial interpretation. His research interests include accounting education, earnings management and audit quality. Previously, he worked in practice for PwC.
Job Title: Lecturer in Accounting at WIT Business School

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Dr Cormac O’Keeffe has held the role of lecture in Finance at WIT since 2003. He has considerable experience in lecturing finance, economics and statistics modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His research focuses on behavioural finance and the role of analysts in financial markets and he supervises a number of PhD students in these areas. Prior to joining WIT Cormac worked in the accounting department of a local manufacturing firm.
Job Title: Lecturer in Finance and Economics at WIT Business School

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Dr Ray Griffin was appointed lecturer in strategic management at WIT in 2005. Before joining WIT Ray held a lectureship in International Business at DIT and lectured in CIT and UCC earlier in his career. He has extensive experience in lecturing executive, postgraduate and senior undergraduate students in strategy, entrepreneurship and international business. At WIT he delivers the MBA capstone module in Strategic Management and the DBA module on Critical Thinking. His research focuses on economic and social research into the labour market and the experience of unemployment. Before entering academia, Ray worked as a stockbroker and held several management consulting roles.
Job Title: Lecturer in Strategy at WIT Business School

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