SPIRe’s Dr. Niamh Hardiman has a recent post on Crooked Timber about the politics of Ireland’s austerity politics here,and an article that expands on this in the Jan/Feb 2013 issue of Intereonomics here.
Monthly Archives: January 2013
SPIRe’s Week two seminar will feature Dr. Iseult Honahan presenting on her paper “Toleration and non-domination” from 12:00-13:00 Wednesday, January 30th in G316 Newman Building, UCD Belfield. All are welcome. Abstract The need for toleration is understood to derive from … Continue reading
SPIRe is pleased to announce an EXTRA Seminar series, welcoming Professor Timothy Finan of the University of Arizona to present a talk on “Sweatshops and Snakebites: Cautionary Tales of Climate Change Adaptation in Northeast Brazil.” from 13:00-14:00 this Friday, January … Continue reading
SPIRe’s Dr. Tamir Libel will launch the SPIRe spring seminar series with his presentation entitled “De-constructing the (Post) Modern Military: The Operational Theory Research Institute as a Case of Sociology of Intervention” on Wednesday January 23 from 12:00-13:00 in G316 … Continue reading
SPIRe is please to announce its Spring 2013 Seminar Series. The series will feature 12 seminars, 10 of which focus on the recent work of SPIRe faculty and students. Two additional events will see SPIRe host Dr. Daniel Butt of … Continue reading
Dr. Michael Anderson of SPIRe’s Institute for British-Irish Studies argues that the Irish government must help to end the flag protests in a recent op-ed at thejournal.ie.
SPIRe’s Prof. Paul Walsh will speak on “Global economic growth and global food: prices – implications for food security” tomorrow (January 15th) from 10:15-11:00 at the “Feeding the World in 2050: A Policy Symposium” being held at UCD’s O’Reilly hall … Continue reading
SPIRe’s Dr. Niamh Hardiman considers some home truths about the Euro crisis in a recent post at crookedtimber.org.
8/9 February 2013 Dr. Garret FitzGerald had a pronounced impact on Ireland not only as an active politician but as a thinker and commentator. An annual series of ‘Spring Schools’ named in his honour was initiated by UCD in … Continue reading
SPIRe’s Dr. Niamh Hardiman examines “Fiscal Politics In Time: Pathways to Fiscal Consolidation, 1980-2012” in a recent working paper with co-author Sebastian Dellepiane of the University of Strathclyde. Abstract below: The comparative study of debt and fiscal consolidation has acquired a … Continue reading