Government - Book Chapters

Government - Book Chapters

 

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  • Ross, Don; Stirling, Wynn (Routledge, 2020-09-24)
    We consider the potential contribution of economics to an interdisciplinary research partnership between sociology and neuroscience (‘social neuroscience’ or ’social neuroeconomics’). We correct a misunderstanding in ...
  • Reidy, Theresa (Springer International Publishing, 2019-10-23)
    Ireland was a conservative outpost on the European periphery for much of the twentieth century. From independence in 1922, the state pursued social policies heavily influenced by religious values, and indeed the 1937 ...
  • Farrell, David M.; Harris, Clodagh; Suiter, Jane (Routledge, 2018-08-14)
  • Harris, Clodagh (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019-12)
    Modern systems of governance that have depoliticised political life, privatised public resources, outsourced service provision and so on have served to distance citizens from the loci of power. These developments and others ...
  • 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 ...

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