Dr Diarmuid Mcdonnell

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Biography

I graduated with a Ph.D from the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Stirling in bonnie Scotland (where I was an Economic and Social Research Council collaborative doctoral student). I received an MSc in Applied Social Research from University of Stirling and a BBs in Information Systems from Cork Institute of Technology.

My research examines the following topics relating to the nonprofit/charity sector: measuring and modelling risk; evaluating regulatory initiatives; understanding accountability incentives; constructing and tracking income profiles; and measuring mission completion.

I am currently developing open source training materials for social scientists interested in New Forms of Data. [LINK]

 

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Keywords

  • charity, regulation, risk, accountability, computational social science, data science

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