Ms Maureen Maloney


Contact Details

Lecturer
Management
312 Cairnes Building
National University of Ireland, Galway
Galway
Ireland

T: 353 91 493922
F: 353 91 494510
W: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=144849271&trk=tab_pro
 
researcher

Biography

Maureen Maloney is a Management lecturer at NUI Galway and a part-time PhD student.  Her PhD uses a bounded rationality model and investigates the impact of organisational pension communication for DC schemes on employee pension saving behaviour.  Maureen's  research interests include occupational pension schemes, reward systems and pay communication.  Her teaching interests also include Human Resource Management, Change Management and Communications.Maureen holds a Bachelor of Social Work and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.  She completed her H. Dip. Econ. Sc. at UCD and her M. Econ. Sc. at NUIG.  Maureen lectured in Economics at NUIG and Shannon College of Hotel Management.  She worked on a variety of EU funded projects spanning rural development, women in agriculture and business partnership.

 
Selected Publications: Maloney, M. and McCarthy, A. Understanding pension communications at the organizational level:  Insights from bounded rationality theory and implications for HRM.  Human Resource Management Review (2016), http:// dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2016.08.001    
Maloney, M. and McCarthy, A. Pension Provision by Small Employers in Ireland:  An Analysis of PRSAs (Personal Retirement Savings Accounts) Using Bounded Rationality Theory.  Irish Journal of Management  (2017).     Maloney, M. and McCarthy, A. (2013) 'Managing Rewards' In: Carbery, R. and Cross, C (eds). Human Resource Management: an Introduction. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.                       

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(2016) 'Understanding Pension Communications at the Organizational Level: Insights from Bounded Rationality Theory & Implications for HRM'
Maloney, M. and McCarthy, A. (2016) 'Understanding Pension Communications at the Organizational Level: Insights from Bounded Rationality Theory & Implications for HRM'. Human Resource Management Review, [DOI] [Details]
(2017) 'Pension Provision by Small Employers in Ireland: An Analysis of PRSAs (Personal Retirement Saving Accounts) Using Bounded Rationality Theory'
Maloney, M.; McCarthy, A. (2017) 'Pension Provision by Small Employers in Ireland: An Analysis of PRSAs (Personal Retirement Saving Accounts) Using Bounded Rationality Theory'. The Irish Journal Of Management, [Details]
(2006) 'The Potential Impact of the European Employee Information and Consultation Directive: Evidence from the Republic of Ireland'
Dundon, T. Curran, D., Ryan, P. and Maloney, M. (2006) 'The Potential Impact of the European Employee Information and Consultation Directive: Evidence from the Republic of Ireland'. Industrial Relations Journal, [Details]
(1998) 'The relationship between attendance at university lectures and examination performance'
Maloney, M. (1998) 'The relationship between attendance at university lectures and examination performance'. The Irish Journal Of Education, 29 :52-62 [Details]

Books

  Year Publication
(2011) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook.
Turley, G., Maloney, M. and O'Toole, F. (2011) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. [Details]
(2005) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook.
Turley, G., Maloney, M. and O'Toole, F. (2005) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. [Details]
(2001) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook.
Turley, G., Maloney, M., and O'Toole, F. (2001) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. [Details]
(1998) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook.
Turley, G., and Maloney, M. (1998) Principles of Economics, an Irish Textbook. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
(2013) 'Managing Rewards'
Maloney, M. and McCarthy, A. (2013) 'Managing Rewards' In: Human Resource Management: an Introduction. UK: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2001) 'Employee Participation Schemes'
M.Donough and D. Jacobson, eds. (2001) 'Employee Participation Schemes' In: Mind Your Own Business. Dublin: Oak Tree Press. [Details]

Conference Publications

  Year Publication
(2009) Irish Social Sciences Platform
Maloney, M. (2009) Voluntary Organisations in Clifden, Co Galway: Baseline Research . In: Irish Social Sciences Platform eds. Irish Social Sciences Platform [Details]
(1999) Ninth World Contress of Social Economics
Maloney, M. (1999) Getting the Balance Right: Teaching Neoclassical Economics Responsibly . In: The Edwin Mellen Press eds. Ninth World Contress of Social Economics [Details]

Other Journals

  Year Publication
(2000) 'Review of Personalist Economics, Moral Convictions, Social Realities and Social Action'
Maloney, M. (2000) 'Review of Personalist Economics, Moral Convictions, Social Realities and Social Action' Review of Social Economics, . [Details]

Computer Program

  Year Publication
(2015) Pension Defaults: Questionable Defaults and Unconsidered Outcomes.
Maloney, M. (2015) Pension Defaults: Questionable Defaults and Unconsidered Outcomes. Computer Program [Details]

Conference Paper

  Year Publication
(2016) Increasing Pension Participation Rates Through Automatic Enrolment: A Critique of Firm Size.
Maloney, M. and McCarthy, A. (2016) Increasing Pension Participation Rates Through Automatic Enrolment: A Critique of Firm Size. Conference Paper [Details]
(2015) The impact of DC (defined contribution) scheme structure and communication policies: a bounded rationality framework.
Maloney, M. (2015) The impact of DC (defined contribution) scheme structure and communication policies: a bounded rationality framework. Conference Paper [ARAN Link] [Details]
(2011) Variables That Impact on Voluntary Pension Contributions: A Case Study.
Maloney, M. (2011) Variables That Impact on Voluntary Pension Contributions: A Case Study. Conference Paper [ARAN Link] [Details]
(2010) A Case Study Investigation of the Efforts of a Subsidiary of a US-based Multinational Corporation to Promote Pension Savings’.
Maloney, M. and Morris, D. (2010) A Case Study Investigation of the Efforts of a Subsidiary of a US-based Multinational Corporation to Promote Pension Savings’. Conference Paper [ARAN Link] [Details]
(2009) Assessing the Pay Communication, Knowledge and Satisfaction of Exempt Employees at Medtronic Vascular’.
Maloney, M. and Morris, D. (2009) Assessing the Pay Communication, Knowledge and Satisfaction of Exempt Employees at Medtronic Vascular’. Conference Paper [ARAN Link] [Details]
(2009) Scratching Below the Surface: an Examination of Clifden-based Voluntary Organisations’.
Maloney, M. (2009) Scratching Below the Surface: an Examination of Clifden-based Voluntary Organisations’. Conference Paper [Details]
(2005) Perceptions of Fairness of Group-based Assessment: An Application of the Concepts of Procedural and Distributive Justice.
Maloney, M. and Hughes, B. (2005) Perceptions of Fairness of Group-based Assessment: An Application of the Concepts of Procedural and Distributive Justice. Conference Paper [Details]
(2005) Strategic Reward Systems: Understanding the Difference between ‘Best Fit’ and ‘Best Practice’.
Morris, D. and Maloney, M. (2005) Strategic Reward Systems: Understanding the Difference between ‘Best Fit’ and ‘Best Practice’. Conference Paper [Details]
(2005) Formulating Policies from Legislation in a Changing Irish Labour Market: A Multiple Case Study in the Irish Hotel Industry.
Ryder, D. and Maloney, M. (2005) Formulating Policies from Legislation in a Changing Irish Labour Market: A Multiple Case Study in the Irish Hotel Industry. Conference Paper [Details]
(2004) Participation in the Process of Reward System Design: Testing ‘Best Practice’ in the Classroom’.
Maloney, M. (2004) Participation in the Process of Reward System Design: Testing ‘Best Practice’ in the Classroom’. Conference Paper [Details]
(2000) Employee Participation Schemes: a Good Deal for Irish Labour?.
Maloney, M. (2000) Employee Participation Schemes: a Good Deal for Irish Labour?. Conference Paper [Details]

Teaching Interests

Reward Systems: strategy, policy and implementation

Change Management:  approaches and practicalities

Human Resource Management:  policy and practice

Communications:  individual, group and business