Lecturer
Centre For Policy Studies
University College Cork
Cork
Ireland

T: +353-21-490-2573
E: marie.ryan@ucc.ie
Marie Ryan is a full time economics lecturer at the Centre for Policy Studies, National University of Ireland, Cork.  Marie was awarded her Doctorate in Tourism Economics from University of Limerick. Marie completed her BA, Higher Diploma, Master’s degree and Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning at NUI Cork.   Marie’s interests lie in the area of social policy, tourism, health economics, and education policy. To date, Marie has five peer-reviewed journals, three working papers, and she has presented at numerous national and international conferences. Marie teaches undergraduate microeconomics and macroeconomics across several disciplines.  Marie is currently co-supervising a PhD candidate in the area of housing policy. Marie is also an external examiner at Cork Institute of Technology.

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2010)'A factor analysis of the North American coach tour sector in Ireland'
Ryan, M, Deegan, J and Moloney R; (2010) 'A factor analysis of the North American coach tour sector in Ireland' In: Contemporary Issues in Irish and Global Tourism and Hospitality by Gorham, G and Mottiar, Z . Dublin: DIT. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

 YearPublication
(2014)'Niche Markets in Irish Tourism: The Case of North American Coach Tourists'
Marie Ryan, Jim Deegan, Richard Moloney,William Sjostrom (2014) 'Niche Markets in Irish Tourism: The Case of North American Coach Tourists'. Irish Business Journal, [Details]
(2013)'An assessment of the Economic Value of Food Tourism to the Irish Economy'
Richard Moloney, Marie Ryan and Martin Kenneally (2013) 'An assessment of the Economic Value of Food Tourism to the Irish Economy'. Global Business & Economics Anthology, II (December 2013):1-8 [Details]
(2011)'A Factor Analysis of the North American Coach Tour Sector in Ireland'
Ryan M, Moloney R. and Deegan J.; (2011) 'A Factor Analysis of the North American Coach Tour Sector in Ireland'. Global Business & Economics Anthology, 1 :75-86 [Details]

Published Reports

 YearPublication
(2013)Economic Value of Tourism to the Cork Metropolitan Area.
Richard Moloney and Marie Ryan (2013) Economic Value of Tourism to the Cork Metropolitan Area. Cork City Council, Cork City. [Details]
(2013)An assessment of the Economic Value of Food Tourism to the Irish Economy.
Richard Moloney, Marie Ryan and Martin Kenneally (2013) An assessment of the Economic Value of Food Tourism to the Irish Economy. Failte ireland, Dublin. [Details]
(2010)An Economic Value of Developing the Shandon Exchange for Cork City.
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan; (2010) An Economic Value of Developing the Shandon Exchange for Cork City. Cork City Council, Cork. [Details]

Abstract

 YearPublication
(2013)THE IMPLICATIONS OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES FOR GMS COSTS IN IRELAND THROUGH TO 2026.
Conway, A,Kenneally, M,Thummel, A,Woods, N,Ryan, M (2013) THE IMPLICATIONS OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES FOR GMS COSTS IN IRELAND THROUGH TO 2026. Abstract [Details]

Unpublished Reports

 YearPublication
(2006)The Economic Implications of the Potential Loss of Ted Russell Docks, Limerick on its Hinterland, report commissioned by Limerick Port Users Association.
R. Moloney and M. Ryan; (2006) The Economic Implications of the Potential Loss of Ted Russell Docks, Limerick on its Hinterland, report commissioned by Limerick Port Users Association. Unpublished Reports [Details]
(2006)An Economic Assessment of the Contribution of Tourism to the Cork City Metropolitan Area in 2005, report commissioned by Cork City Council.
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan; (2006) An Economic Assessment of the Contribution of Tourism to the Cork City Metropolitan Area in 2005, report commissioned by Cork City Council. Unpublished Reports [Details]

Thesis/Dissertation

 YearPublication
(2003)Technology as a Supply Driver of Health Care in Ireland.
M. Ryan; (2003) Technology as a Supply Driver of Health Care in Ireland. Thesis/Dissertation [Details]

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2014)The 10th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC),
M Ryan, J. Deegan, R. Moloney, W.Sjostrom (2014) Niche Markets in Irish Tourism: The Case of North American Coach Tourists. [Oral Presentation], The 10th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), CIT . [Details]
(2013)Business & Economics Society International Conference,
Richard Moloney, Marie Ryan and Martin Kenneally (2013) An assessment of the Economic Value of Food Tourism to the Irish Economy. [Chair Sessions at Symposia], Business & Economics Society International Conference, Monte Carlo, Monaco , 16-JUL-13 - 19-AUG-13. [Details]
(2013)ISPOR 16th Annual European Congress,
Conway, A., Kenneally M., Thummell A., Woods N., Ryan M. (2013) Implications of Demographic Changes for GMS Costs in Ireland through to 2026. [Poster Presentation], ISPOR 16th Annual European Congress, Dublin , 02-NOV-13 - 06-NOV-13. [Details]
(2013)42nd Regional Science UK and Irish Section Annual Conference and 3rd Annual Doctoral Colloquium,
Richard Moloney, Marie Ryan and Martin Kenneally (2013) An assessment of the Economic Value of Food Tourism to the Irish Economy. [Chair Sessions at Symposia], 42nd Regional Science UK and Irish Section Annual Conference and 3rd Annual Doctoral Colloquium, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge, England , 08-AUG-13 - 09-AUG-13. [Details]
(2012)A Segmentation Analysis of the North American Coach Tour Market to Ireland,
Ryan, M.,Moloney, R and Deegan, J; (2012) Third Annual Tourism Policy Workshop. [Invited Oral Presentation], A Segmentation Analysis of the North American Coach Tour Market to Ireland, Dromoland,Co.Clare , 02-NOV-12 - 04-NOV-12. [Details]
(2010)Global Economics & Business Conference,
Ryan M, Moloney R. and Deegan J.; (2010) Use of a Factor Analysis Approach To Segment the North American Coach Tourist into Niche Markets. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Global Economics & Business Conference, Athens , 13-JUL-10 - 16-JUL-10. [Details]
(2010)Business & Economics Society International (B&ESI),
Ryan, M.,Moloney, R and Deegan, J; (2010) Use of A Factor Analysis Approach to Segment the North American Coach Tourists into niche markets. [Oral Presentation], Business & Economics Society International (B&ESI), Athens, Greece , 15-JUL-10 - 19-JUL-10. [Details]
(2009)Irish Academy of Management (IAM) 12th Annual Conference,
Ryan.M and J. Deegan; (2009) Factor Analysis and the North American tourist. [Oral Presentation], Irish Academy of Management (IAM) 12th Annual Conference, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), , 02-SEP-09 - 03-SEP-09. [Details]
(2009)5th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC),
Ryan M and J. Deegan; (2009) North American coach tourist to Ireland: A Factor Analysis approach. [Oral Presentation], 5th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) , 16-JUN-09 - 18-JUN-09. [Details]
(2008)Meeting of the Management Committee, 4th Conference, 3rd Working Group sessions and 2ND Database taskforce meeting of Action E45 European Forest Externalities (EUROFOREX),
M. Ryan; (2008) Joint Co-ordinator. [Conference Organising Committee Member], Meeting of the Management Committee, 4th Conference, 3rd Working Group sessions and 2ND Database taskforce meeting of Action E45 European Forest Externalities (EUROFOREX), Cork , 22-SEP-08 - 24-SEP-08. [Details]
(2008)4th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland conference (THRIC),
M. Ryan; (2008) Consumer Behaviour of Older tourists: An analysis of North American Visitors to Ireland. [Oral Presentation], 4th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland conference (THRIC), Tralee, Co.Kerry, Ireland , 02-JUN-08 - 02-JUN-08. [Details]
(2007)Kemmy Business School Research Conference,
M. Ryan; (2007) Changing Demographics and the Impact on Ireland's Tourism Industry. [Oral Presentation], Kemmy Business School Research Conference, University of Limerick , 01-MAY-07 - 01-MAY-07. [Details]
(2007)3rd Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland conference (THRIC),
M. Ryan; (2007) North American Baby Boomer Tourists to Ireland: A Secondary Analysis Approach. [Oral Presentation], 3rd Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland conference (THRIC), Dundalk , 01-JUN-07 - 01-JUN-07. [Details]
(2007)Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association International: British & Irish Section,
M. Ryan; (2007) The Implications of Demographic Change for Ireland's Inbound Tourist Market. [Oral Presentation], Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association International: British & Irish Section, Bangor, Northern Ireland , 01-AUG-07 - 01-AUG-07. [Details]
(2006)Shannon Foynes Company and the Limerick Port Users Association,
R. Moloney and M.Ryan; (2006) The Economic Implications of the Potential Loss of Ted Russell Docks, Limerick on its Hinterland. [Invited Oral Presentation], Shannon Foynes Company and the Limerick Port Users Association, Limerick , 20-JUN-06 - 30-DEC-99. [Details]
(2006)Cork Institute of Technology Teaching Development Forum,
Moloney. R and M. Ryan; (2006) Surviving Thesis Supervision, Seminar Paper. [Invited Oral Presentation], Cork Institute of Technology Teaching Development Forum, Cork Institute of Technology Cork , 24-MAY-06 - 24-MAY-06. [Details]

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
2007PhD Scholarship Irish Hotels Federation
2006Understanding Irish Poverty E-learning Quality Promotion Unit (QPU), National University of Ireland, Cork,
2003Masters Scholarship Eastern Regional Health Authority

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
Centre for Policy Studies Teaching Policy Coordinator/
Centre for Policy Studies staff-student liasion committee Chairperson/

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
Centre for Policy Studies, National University of Ireland Cork Lecturer01-SEP-08 /
University of Limerick Visiting Lecturer01-OCT-08 / 31-DEC-08
Centre for Policy Studies, National University of Ireland, Cork Senior Demonstrator and Lecturer on Adult Education Courses01-SEP-03 / 01-SEP-08
Cork College of Commerce Lecturer01-OCT-04 / 30-JUN-07

Education

 YearInstituionQualificationSubject
2013University of Limerick PhDEconomics
2010University College Cork Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Ed.Teaching and Learning
2003University College Cork M.A.Economics
2002University College Cork Postgraduate DiplomaBusiness Economics
2001University College Cork B.A. (Joint Hons.)Economics and Geography

Consultancy

 ClientDescription
Cork City Council
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan (2010), An Economic Value of Developing the Shandon Exchange for Cork City, Report Commissioned by Cork City Council
Cork City Council
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan (2009), An Economic Assessment of the Contribution of Tourism to the Cork City Metropolitan Area in 2007 and 2008, report commissioned by Cork City Council.
Failte Ireland
Deegan,J., M. Kenneally, R. J. Lennon R. Moloney, M. Ryan and S. Wanhill (2004), Tourism Education Sector – Is it fit for Purpose?, report commissioned by Failte Ireland.
Cork City Council
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan, An Economic Assessment of the Contribution of Arts to Cork City, report commissioned by Cork City Council
Cork City Council
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan, An Economic Assessment of the Contribution of Tourism to the Cork City Metropolitan Area in 2005, report commissioned by Cork City Council.
Limerick Port Users Association
Moloney, R. and M. Ryan, The Economic Implications of the Potential Loss of Ted Russell Docks, Limerick on its Hinterland, report commissioned by Limerick Port Users Association.
Cork City Council
Moloney, R and M. Ryan, Local Tourism Impacts within the South West Region, report commissioned by Cork City Council, Cork.

Other Activities

 Description

Member of Cork Education and Training Board (CETB)

External Reviewer for Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland (THRIC)
 StudentDegree TypePrimary
O Hanlon Niall Doctoral DegreeNo
 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2015Principles of Market Analysis PA1003Principles of Market Analysis
2015Market Analysis Methods for Actuarial Science PA6007Market Analysis Methods for Actuarial Science