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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ryan, Fergus;
    Publisher: Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL)
    Country: Ireland

    Abstract included in text.

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food
    Country: Ireland
  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food
    Country: Ireland

    Only the original Stationery Office printed version is authentic.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 1999
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Mortimer, Gerry;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    As he eased his car out the gates of Castlemartin on a lovely evening in May 1995, Redmond O’Donoghue mused on the meeting which had just finished. Dr A.J.F. O’Reilly, non executive Chairman of Waterford Wedgwood Plc, had brought senior management of the group to his Irish residence in County Kildare for an informal discussion on future strategy. The group comprised two distinct major subsidiaries, Waterford Crystal which produced crystal glass and Josiah Wedgwood whose main business was ceramic tableware. Redmond was Chief Operating officer of Waterford Crystal. With the impending retirement of the current Chief Executive, Paddy Galvin, Redmond was likely to succeed him as Chief Executive and so would have overall responsibility for developing and implementing future strategy for Waterford Crystal.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Connor, Gregory; Kelly, Brian;
    Publisher: NUI Maynooth
    Country: Ireland

    This paper develops a restrictive procedure for evaluating economic policy decisions, by comparing actual economic history to a simulated history where a specific policy decision is replaced with a counterfactual, but credible, alternative. Our procedure is theoretically straightforward, but empirically problematic since it requires the identification of a feasible policy alternative and a model linking a specific policy choice to subsequent economic outcomes. We apply the procedure to the mistaken decision to maintain an excessively lax financial regulation regime in Ireland during the period 2003 – 2008. We measure the differences in banking sector stability and national income that would have occurred if the stricter regulatory regime imposed in Ireland in 2009 had been put in place six years earlier. We find that a few simple, reasonably prudent regulatory controls on the Irish banking sector would have greatly limited the vulnerability of the domestic sector to the 2008 global credit freeze, and almost certainly prevented the 2008-2009 collapse of the domestic banking sector and the consequent deep Irish recession of 2009-2010. On the other hand, the risky and unsustainable inflow of foreign capital mediated by the domestic banks accounts for a substantial part of Irish economic growth during the 2003-2007 period. Without this net foreign borrowing inflow, cumulative gross domestic product over the early period would have been substantially lower. * We

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Madden, Michael G.; Corcoran, Peter; Keane, Marcus; McGrath, Sean;
    Country: Ireland

    non-peer-reviewed

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food
    Country: Ireland
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Denman, Peter;
    Country: Ireland

    Anyone who enjoyed Patrick Deeley's assured first collection, Intimate Strangers, will find here more of the same, continuing particularly some of the concerns in the first part of that book. The Stylized City offers selections from four earlier collections by John F. Deane, with revisions, and twenty nine new poems. The flowering Tree is a good selection of twentieth-century poems in Irish with translations into English, given a generous introduction by declan Kiberd. The Irish poems "of Faith and Doubt" gathered in The Cold Heaven are drawn from the last 170 years or so, but the nineteenth century is thinly represented - too much faith and not enough doubt, in public utterance at least.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Institute, Marine;
    Publisher: Marine Institute.
    Country: Ireland

    The aim of the lesson plan is for the children to explore new interests and perspectives through reading about the effects of marine litter. The students will continue to develop a range of comprehension strategies to deal with narrative, expository and representational reading materials.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Brady, Conor; Barton, Kevin; Seaver, Matthew;
    Publisher: Unpublished report
    Country: Ireland

    This report details the first phase of archaeological and geophysical survey at the Hill of Slane Co. Meath. The work represents the first systematic survey of the complex in modern times and was undertaken in 2011/12 and uses new remote sensing technologies like LiDAR, Worldview 2 multispectral satellite imagery, aerial photography and archaeological geophusics. Specific aims of the project and the fieldwork were to explore the evidence for features of a possible prehistoric date in the complex, to identify evidence of features remaining from the historically attested monastic foundation at the site, to explore evidenece of the Anglo-Norman occupation of the site and to identify features associated with the later development of the site related to the standing structures visible there today.

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ryan, Fergus;
    Publisher: Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL)
    Country: Ireland

    Abstract included in text.

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food
    Country: Ireland
  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food
    Country: Ireland

    Only the original Stationery Office printed version is authentic.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 1999
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Mortimer, Gerry;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    As he eased his car out the gates of Castlemartin on a lovely evening in May 1995, Redmond O’Donoghue mused on the meeting which had just finished. Dr A.J.F. O’Reilly, non executive Chairman of Waterford Wedgwood Plc, had brought senior management of the group to his Irish residence in County Kildare for an informal discussion on future strategy. The group comprised two distinct major subsidiaries, Waterford Crystal which produced crystal glass and Josiah Wedgwood whose main business was ceramic tableware. Redmond was Chief Operating officer of Waterford Crystal. With the impending retirement of the current Chief Executive, Paddy Galvin, Redmond was likely to succeed him as Chief Executive and so would have overall responsibility for developing and implementing future strategy for Waterford Crystal.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Connor, Gregory; Kelly, Brian;
    Publisher: NUI Maynooth
    Country: Ireland

    This paper develops a restrictive procedure for evaluating economic policy decisions, by comparing actual economic history to a simulated history where a specific policy decision is replaced with a counterfactual, but credible, alternative. Our procedure is theoretically straightforward, but empirically problematic since it requires the identification of a feasible policy alternative and a model linking a specific policy choice to subsequent economic outcomes. We apply the procedure to the mistaken decision to maintain an excessively lax financial regulation regime in Ireland during the period 2003 – 2008. We measure the differences in banking sector stability and national income that would have occurred if the stricter regulatory regime imposed in Ireland in 2009 had been put in place six years earlier. We find that a few simple, reasonably prudent regulatory controls on the Irish banking sector would have greatly limited the vulnerability of the domestic sector to the 2008 global credit freeze, and almost certainly prevented the 2008-2009 collapse of the domestic banking sector and the consequent deep Irish recession of 2009-2010. On the other hand, the risky and unsustainable inflow of foreign capital mediated by the domestic banks accounts for a substantial part of Irish economic growth during the 2003-2007 period. Without this net foreign borrowing inflow, cumulative gross domestic product over the early period would have been substantially lower. * We

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Madden, Michael G.; Corcoran, Peter; Keane, Marcus; McGrath, Sean;
    Country: Ireland

    non-peer-reviewed

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food
    Country: Ireland
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Denman, Peter;
    Country: Ireland

    Anyone who enjoyed Patrick Deeley's assured first collection, Intimate Strangers, will find here more of the same, continuing particularly some of the concerns in the first part of that book. The Stylized City offers selections from four earlier collections by John F. Deane, with revisions, and twenty nine new poems. The flowering Tree is a good selection of twentieth-century poems in Irish with translations into English, given a generous introduction by declan Kiberd. The Irish poems "of Faith and Doubt" gathered in The Cold Heaven are drawn from the last 170 years or so, but the nineteenth century is thinly represented - too much faith and not enough doubt, in public utterance at least.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Institute, Marine;
    Publisher: Marine Institute.
    Country: Ireland

    The aim of the lesson plan is for the children to explore new interests and perspectives through reading about the effects of marine litter. The students will continue to develop a range of comprehension strategies to deal with narrative, expository and representational reading materials.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Brady, Conor; Barton, Kevin; Seaver, Matthew;
    Publisher: Unpublished report
    Country: Ireland

    This report details the first phase of archaeological and geophysical survey at the Hill of Slane Co. Meath. The work represents the first systematic survey of the complex in modern times and was undertaken in 2011/12 and uses new remote sensing technologies like LiDAR, Worldview 2 multispectral satellite imagery, aerial photography and archaeological geophusics. Specific aims of the project and the fieldwork were to explore the evidence for features of a possible prehistoric date in the complex, to identify evidence of features remaining from the historically attested monastic foundation at the site, to explore evidenece of the Anglo-Norman occupation of the site and to identify features associated with the later development of the site related to the standing structures visible there today.

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