- WP2019-01: Brendan Halpin, Partner Choice and Parameter Estimates: Modelling the Effect of Preferences
- WP2016-01: Brendan Halpin, Cluster Analysis Stopping Rules in Stata
- WP2015-01: Martin J.Power, Amanda Haynes and Eoin Devereux, Reasonable People v The Sinister Fringe: Interrogating the Framing of Ireland’s Water Charge Protestors through the Media Politics of Dissent
- WP2015-02: Brendan Halpin, MICT: Multiple Imputation for Categorical Time-Series
- WP2014-01: Martin Power, Aileen Dillane and Eoin Devereux Shame Makes the World Go Around: Morrissey and the Gendered Discourse of Class Disgust
- WP2014-02: Aileen Dillane, Martin Power and Eoin Devereux I am a ‘Humosexual’ and I need to be loved: A Queer Reading of Morrissey
- WP2014-03: Brendan Halpin SADI: Sequence Analysis Tools for Stata
- WP2013-01: Brendan Halpin, Imputing Sequence Data: extensions to initial and terminal gaps
- WP2013-02: Micheal O’Flynn and Lee Monaghan, The Madoffization of Irish Society: Interrogating the Current ‘Global Financial Crisis’
- WP2013-03: Martin J. Power, Micheal O’Flynn, Aline Courtois and Margaret Kennedy, Neoliberalism and Education in Ireland
- WP2013-04: Micheal O’Flynn, Martin J. Power, Conor McCabe and Henry Silke, Class Politics in Post-Boom Ireland: A Burgeoning Resistance?
- WP2013-05: Brendan Halpin, Three Narratives of Sequence Analysis
- WP2013-06: Lee Monaghan, Micheal O’Flynn and Martin J. Power, Scapegoating in Post ‘Celtic Tiger’ Ireland: Framing Blame in Crisis Times
- WP2012-01: Brendan Halpin, Multiple Imputation for Longitudinal Data
- WP2012-02: Brendan Halpin, Sequence Analysis of Life-Course Data: A Comparison of Distance Measures
- WP2011-01: Brendan Halpin, Some Notes on Categorical Data Analysis, using Simulation in Stata and R
- WP2011-02: Philip O’Regan and Brendan Halpin, Class, Status and the Stratification of Residential Preferences amongst Accountants
- WP2008-01: Brendan Halpin, Optimal Matching Analysis and Life Course Data: the importance of duration
- WP2008-02: Charlotte Cooper, What’s Fat Activism?
- WP2007-01: S de Burca, P Flood, C Armstrong, S MacCurtain and J Saunders, Community Mental Health Teams: Determinants of Effectiveness
- WP2007-02: Brendan Halpin and John Hill, Active Labour Market Programmes and Poverty Dynamics in Ireland
- WP2005-01: Pat O’Connor, Private Troubles, Public Issues: the Irish sociological imagination SAI keynote address, April 2005
- WP2005-02: Amanda Haynes, Engineering Relationships for Innovations, June 2005
- WP2004-01: Brendan Halpin and Cathal O’Donoghue, Cohabitation in Ireland: evidence from survey data, May 2004.
- WP2004-02: Breda Gray, Remembering a multicultural future through a history of emigration: Towards a feminist politics of solidarity, 2004.
- WP2004-03: Amanda Haynes, Eoin Devereux and Michael Breen, A Cosy Consensus on Deviant Discourse: How the refugee and asylum seeker meta-narrative has endorsed an interpretive crisis in relation to the transnational politics of the world’s displaced persons
- WP2004-04: Amanda Haynes, Eoin Devereux and Michael Breen, Hegemony Disguised: How Discourse Analysis is Inadequate in the Disclosure of the Real Locus of Social Control
- WP2003-01: Brendan Halpin, Tracks through Time and Continuous Processes: Transitions, Sequences, and Social Structure, March 2003 (related software)
- WP2003-02: Breda Gray, Breaking the Silence: Emigration, gender and the making of Irish cultural memory, 2004.