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Austerity, resistance and changing values in Ireland: social movement outcomes and political polarization
(RIA [Royal Irish Academy], 2018)
Austerity, resistance and social protest in Ireland: movement outcomes
(RIA [Royal Irish Academy], 2017)
The varying protest responses of European societies to structural adjustment programmes imposed by the European Union/European Central Bank/International Monetary Fund after the 2008 banking crisis have been one of the ...
Why we must pay attention to Ireland’s spring of discontent (Pre-published version)
(The Irish Times, 2017)
Concerns over downward social mobility mirror conditions behind Brexit and Trump.
Regulatory disclosure and the Irish financial services ombudsman (Pre-published version)
This study investigates the effectiveness regulatory disclosure, specifically the power to name and shame persistently offending financial service providers (FSPs) in its annual reports awarded to the Irish Financial ...
Heritage, crime and inequality: understanding Limerick in the post-Celtic Tiger context (Pre-published version)
(The Heritage Council [Ireland], 2011)
Debates about social exclusion are central to heritage, because heritage spaces are not blank canvasses. They are spaces where people live and work and when those residents are deeply disadvantaged, their poverty presents ...