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  • Coakley, John; Harris, Clodagh; Laver, Michael; Quinn, Brid (Jagiellonian University Press, 2016-09)
    Although political science in Ireland got off to an earlier start than almost anywhere else (with a first chair appearing in 1855, and the oldest current established chair dating back to 1908), it has faced the same ...
  • Harris, Clodagh (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015-10)
    Analyses of professional development in political science education have traditionally focused on undergraduate students. However, changes in the postgraduate labor market as well as advances in the nature and delivery of ...
  • Brennan, Mary; Buckley, Fiona (De Gruyter Open, 2017-05-23)
    In 2012 legislative gender quotas were introduced as part of the Fine Gael/Labour coalition government’s political reform agenda. The legislation specifies that payments to political parties ‘shall be reduced by 50 per ...
  • Lynch, Catherine; O'Malley, Eoin; Reidy, Theresa; Farrell, David M.; Suiter, Jane (De Gruyter Open, 2017-05-23)
    We know that the Dáil is dominated by the government. From 2010 to 2016 there was a clamour for change, which ultimately led to significant reforms of the Oireachtas, and specifically the Dáil. In this article we show that ...
  • Quinlivan, Aodh (De Gruyter Open, 2017-05-23)
    The financial crisis from 2008 has had a profound impact on Irish local government. Councils were faced with a disastrous combination of factors - declining funding from central government, difficulties in collecting ...

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