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  • 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 ...
  • Reidy, Theresa; Buckley, Fiona (De Gruyter Open, 2017-05-23)
    Upon winning the general election in February 2011, Taoiseach elect Enda Kenny spoke of a ‘democratic revolution’. Within weeks, a programme for government was agreed between Fine Gael and Labour, promising to ‘radically ...
  • Jesse, Neal G.; McMahon, Timothy G.; Murphy, Mary C.; O'Brien, Gillian; White, Timothy (Center for Irish Studies at the University of St. Thomas, 2016-12)
    A panel of five historians and political scientists, from the United States, Ireland, and Britain respond to questions regarding Brexit vote of the United Kingdom in June 2016 and historic and present-day attitudes toward ...
  • Duggan, Niall; Tiberghien, Yves (German Association for Asian Studies, 2013-07)
    Over the last twenty years, global financial integration and global financial volatility have greatly increased. The 2008 crisis represented a peak in the vulnerability of all countries around the world with regard to ...
  • Duggan, Niall; Gottwald, Jörn-Carsten (Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya., 2011-04)
    The financial and economic crisis of 2008 has highlighted the changing landscape of international relations and the enormous pressure on the People's Republic of China to redefine its international position. Based on two ...
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