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Best Gerard Doyle podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Gerard Doyle podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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If you’re an Entrepreneur who also does the marketing, then this is the podcast for you. You’ll hear tips and strategies from marketing professionals that you can apply to your business without the need to hire an expensive agency. You’ll also hear stories from other Entrepreneurs as they discuss with Gerard how they promote their business.
 
The hero, Etienne Gerard, is a Hussar in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars. Gerard's most notable attribute is his vanity - he is utterly convinced that he is the bravest soldier, greatest swordsman, accomplished horseman and gallant lover in all France. Gerard is not entirely wrong since he displays notable bravery on many occasions, but his self-satisfaction undercuts this quite often. Obsessed with honour and glory, he is always ready with a stirring speech or a gallant remark to ...
 
These lesser known stories were penned by Conan Doyle during the period between killing off Sherlock Holmes in 1893 and reluctantly resurrecting him some ten years later. The swashbuckling, eponymous hero, Etienne Gerard, is one of Napoleon's gallant French Hussars, who considers himself the finest of them all. Through these "Boys Own Adventures", Conan Doyle pokes gentle fun at both the French and the English. This is the second volume containing eight adventures. (Summary by Phil)
 
Join us for some interesting discussions with economists based in Ireland and abroad. Each episode tackles a particular topic, where we sit down with an expert in that field. This allows us to dig deeper and discuss the insights available from those working at the cutting edge. They provide first-hand insight into our understanding of how the world is developing. Guests have included Prof. John FitzGerald (TCD), Prof. Stephen Kinsella (UL) and Prof. Michael McMahon (Oxford). Topics are diver ...
 
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Today I am joined by Pete Lunn of the ESRI to discuss behavioural economics and behavioural science. This is our second episode dealing with behavioural science - I would urge you to check out the earlier conversation with Liam Delaney if you have not done so already. Today’s conversation builds on many of the concepts first discussed with Liam. Pe…
 
We cover: 1) Why become an economist 2) Common pathways to becoming an economist 3) A recommended approach to studying economics 4) Career options and some factors that determine what role is suitable for you 5) Navigating a PhD My thanks to - Prof John FizGerald; Prof. Edgar Morgenroth, Prof. Liam Delaney, Dr. Darragh Flannery, Dr. Muireann Lynch,…
 
I am joined by Dr. William Quinn, lecturer in finance at Queen’s University Belfast to discuss stock market bubbles. We go through the ‘British bicycle mania,’ big shorts and savvy bond villains who have resorted to shady stock market trades. Some of you have enquired about ways to support the podcast and help cover the costs. I was able to acquire…
 
This is a bumper episode this week. I am joined by Dr. Graham Brownlow (Queen's University Belfast) to discuss the Northern Irish Economy. We go through the development of the Northern Irish economy throughout the 20th Century and a little bit before. Graham's expert knowledge really gives us a depth of understanding that I have not heard elsewhere…
 
This week we have a departure from the usual COVID related topics. In this episode I am joined by Jonathan Ruane, a Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and adjunct at TCD. Jonathan and I discuss the impact Artificial intelligence may have on the global economy. We go through the disruptive technologies of AI and machine learning, introdu…
 
On this episode I am joined by Dr. Orla Doyle. Orla is Associate Professor at the UCD School of Economics and a Research Fellow at the Geary Institute at UCD. Orla specialises in the economics of human development, particularly on evaluating the effectiveness of early childhood interventions. Orla has led an exciting research project entitled 'Prep…
 
I am joined today by Dr. Ronan Lyons to speak about the Irish Property market. Ronan is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin, with research interests in housing markets, urban economics, and economic history. You may also know Ronan from his work with Daft, where he is responsible for many of their pieces of economic analys…
 
In the US, voting is optional, just like our consumer spending is. And Trump (maybe unwittingly) has discovered that it doesn’t matter how many people hate you, just how many people love you. Because if your ‘love’ something, then you get out and vote for it. or you’ll get out and buy it. In this short podcast episode, I discuss why great brands wi…
 
We continue the COVID-19 theme this week. Having explored the impacts from various academic angles we now explore the impact from an industry perspective. This is important insight as we have heard a lot of numbers over the last few weeks but less attention has been paid on discussing the problems driving these figures. Gerard Brady, chief economis…
 
We have an episode of a slightly different focus today, where we view the EU decision-making from a political science perspective. Speaking to you on the 7th of April, it is clear that EU intervention will be of central importance to kickstarting the European economy once the COVID19 pandemic dies down. Indeed, today is a day when the Eurogroup mee…
 
On this bonus episode, I am joined by Linda Thunstrom and Stephen Newbold who are Assistant Professors at the University of Wyoming. Along with co-authors, they produced a very interesting paper quantifying the costs and benefits of social distancing. We take a deep-dive into this paper which is a very timely piece of work. Given the time constrain…
 
In this episode I am joined by Prof. Michael McMahon of the University of Oxford. Prof. McMahon is also a member of Ireland’s Fiscal Advisory Council. We had arranged this discussion some time ago before the COVID19 outbreak, with the original plan to cover the fiscal and monetary tools used to manage the economy. However, given recent developments…
 
This episode of Fractal Marketing with Gerard Doyle is called “How to launch a product with a latent need” with Maree Beare, the CEO and Founder of consumer health app Wanngi. Maree explains that Wanngi functions like a digital wallet and that its primary use is to manage difficult-to-access health records. Maree also shares the marketing journey o…
 
This episode of Fractal Marketing is called “How to be unique in a booming niche like craft beer” and today’s guest is Richard Jeffares, founder of TWØBAYS Brewing Co, is a pioneer of gluten-free, vegan, and lactose-free craft beer in Australia. Richard starts by laying the context for a gluten-free product, and for TWØBAYS, that is the niche of co…
 
Welcome to the Christmas Special part 2. Don't forget to check out part one if you haven't already. This is another fun chat about a very important topic – is Christmas really coming earlier every year? This is strictly speaking a statistics question but I think its one listeners of the podcast will find very interesting. I am joined by Nathan Cunn…
 
Christmas special part 1: The Economics of Christmas This is the first part of our two-part Christmas special. Given the time of year, this is a lighter take on economics. In this episode, I am joined by Shane Doherty to have a chat about the economics of Christmas. Shane is not an economist but an enquiring mind when it comes to economics so a goo…
 
To understand whether or not your influencer marketing campaign is successful, you need to know how to measure that success. With influencer marketing transitioning from a marketing fad to mainstream marketing. There’s an increased need for professional presentation of the media buying opportunities. Influencers can no longer get away with merely p…
 
There’s no denying it, chatbots are a thing. If you conduct any kind of business online, you’ve looked at or thought about introducing a chatbox. And if you spend yourself any time online, you’ve no doubt encountered one. But the problem with chatbots are, for the most part, they’re implemented poorly. You know, the experience, you ask a couple of …
 
So I have a theory about ‘links in the comments’ – I don’t believe that Linkedin directly reduces the reach because of a link in the post, even though it is apparent that the reach is reduced. My theory is that the reduced reach is the collateral impact of people clicking on the link rather than clicking on a reaction. When those people come back t…
 
In Nuclear Physics, the minimum amount of physical material needed to create a self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction is known as critical mass. The idea is that in a complex system, moving the honour threshold can suddenly unleash powerful self-sustaining change. In my experience, this is the same thing with Startup companies. Enter a market too e…
 
If you’re going to build a startup, and you want it to be successful, you need to solve a problem. And if you’re solving a problem, you’re solving it for a person, and what better person to solve a problem for than yourself. So many great Startups start by solving problems for the founder and this is exactly what Lachlan Palmer is doing with Kashy.…
 
So we’ve all seen positioning map in a standard Startup pitch, you know the ones where every company is to the top right-hand corner of the map. So a positioning map is a diagram drawn to illustrate the customers perception of the business offering based on price or quality of some other benefits, and how the perception compares against the competi…
 
Two-sided marketplaces, one of the hardest types of startup businesses to get going. But this week, we’re speaking to Deb Morrison, the founder of PetCloud, who’s actually made a success, and we’ll cover the different ways she’s been able to build a two-sided marketplace to the scale she has today. If you listen right to the end of the episode you’…
 
Episode 9 features Dr. Benjamin Bodirsky of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. Benjamin has done a lot of research modelling the global food system. Such modelling is important to figure out how the system will be able to support changes in population growth, changes in dietary preferences and respect environmental constraints. In t…
 
We all know the frustration of watching streaming videos when they start to buffer. It might just be a TV show, but it could be a live sporting event or it could be the new release of Game of Thrones. Whatever it is, that buffering experience is crazy. You absolutely hate it. But you as a user who hates it, but the person who’s streaming the video,…
 
In Episode 8, I am joined by Dr. Darragh Flannery of the University of Limerick. Darragh is an expert in the economics of education. We discuss why economists need to study education and different ways in which one can conceptualise investment in education. We discuss the implications for policy and how these ideas inform public support for educati…
 
One of the surest ways to launch a successful startup is to define an entirely new market category, one that is easily understood and valued. By doing this, you instantly become the market leader and the first mover. This is precisely what Liam Norris and the lads at Ant-Ordinary are doing by re-framing skiing safety helmets as fashion items. Anti …
 
In this episode, I am joined by Prof. Stephen Kinsella of the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick. Stephen has turned his hand to many topics, most notably applying novel method to the task of understanding the macroeconomy. It has been said that the economic crisis was a crisis for macroeconomics. We probe elements of this statemen…
 
Crowdfunding is no longer a new idea, but the number of successful crowdfunding campaigns is still relatively small, and that’d because regardless of the method fundraising for a Startup is still a hugely difficult exercise. On today’s podcast, we speak with Anne-Marie Walton, who at the time of our chat is a little over halfway through her crowdfu…
 
Episode 6 features Professor Eoin Reeves and Dr. Donal Palcic who are experts in analysing the financing of public infrastructure. We discuss the economics behind 'public-private partnerships' (PPPs) which are a common way for the private sector to participate in the provision of public infrastructure such as roads, hospitals and more recently, bro…
 
We’ve all experienced the frustration of being on the phone to a support company because our internet, TV or PC is not working and the audio communication channel is just not working. Support is telling you to check the warning lights and clear the drum, yet you can’t even find the drum. It was this frustration that drove Rama to found Blitzz. Blit…
 
This episode provides an overview of energy economics. I take a slightly different format this week. I offer some insight into the Irish electricity market, inspired by some requests from Twitter followers (@IrishEconPod). Alongside this, Dr. Jacquelyn Pless of the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT) and D…
 
Australia is the land of the Oligopoly, we have 4 major banks, two major telcos, Two major News holding companies and two major supermarkets. The problem with Oligopolies is that they tend to unconsciously collude and ultimately squeeze their suppliers through their dominate market control. This is a huge problem for Australian Farmers, and consume…
 
Ep. 4 discusses behavioural science - the psychology of decision-making. Economics has a reputation for not fully appreciating the complexities of human decision-making. Many economic theories assume that we all make 'rational' decisions - that we can perfectly process all the details like a computer and come up with the best outcome (or, in econ-s…
 
Retail is increasingly moving online, yet the engagement between brands and retailers is stuck in the physical world of trade shows and face to face meetings. Emma Patterson aims to change this with her App that is the tinder for retail. Emma has created a clear positioning for her business and is using a platform that combines the current flawed a…
 
Dr. Muireann Lynch joins to discuss why economists love carbon taxes so much. We go through the economic reasoning behind a carbon tax, we discuss why a carbon tax is better than a subsidy and we debate the various ways carbon tax revenues can be redistributed to householders. Practice often differs to theory and we discuss some of the peculiaritie…
 
When we grow older we want to be surrounded by the people we love, that’s why Conpago has a mission to build thriving communities in aged care, home care and retirement living. In this episode, I talk through the 7 P’s of Startup marketing with Mackenzie Jackson co-founder of Conpago. We hear Mackenzie’s Pitch for Conpago, with the problem they are…
 
Episode 2 of the Irish Economics Podcast addresses the strategy behind the Brexit decisions. Edgar Morgenroth, professor of economics at DCU joins as we discuss Brexit decision making from the beginning. Was Brexit inevitable, given anti-EU sentiment, or could David Cameron have taken a different approach? How much of Theresa May's woes were down t…
 
We have a very special first episode as Prof. John FitzGerald joins to discuss Ireland's economic history. John has been involved in Irish economics in one shape or another since he joined the department of Finance in 1972. John takes us through Ireland's divorce bill - when Ireland's national debt burden became intertwined with how the Northern Ir…
 
As a podcaster, I have a marketing problem, I can’t upload an audio file to Facebook, Linkedin or Instagram. This is where Wavve comes in, Wavve turns audio files into engaging videos for podcast hosts like me. In this episode, I talk through the 7 P’s of Startup Marketing with Baird Hall, co-founder of Wavve. You can also find Baird on Twitter. If…
 
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