Members

Privatisation and PPP Research Group Members


Eoin Reeves | Senior Lecturer | Department of Economics

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Eoin is the Director of P4. His research interests centre on market-based reforms of the public sector and the regulation of infrastructure.  This includes issues such as privatisation, liberalisation, and different forms of private sector participation in the delivery of public services.
Donal Palcic | Lecturer | Department of Economics

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Donal's primary area of research is in public sector economics with a particular focus on the privatisation of state-owned enterprises, public-private partnerships, infrastructure policy and productivity analysis.
Darragh Flannery | Lecturer | Department of Economics

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Darragh's primary area of research is focused upon the economics of higher education policy. He also has a keen interest in labour economics, productivity analysis, and teaching and learning methods within economics.
Tom Turner | Associate Professor | Department of Personnel & Employment Relations

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Tom's research interests include trade union organisation, trade union strategies and labour/management issues, and international developments in HRM.
James Ryan | Lecturer | Department of Accounting & Finance

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James's research interests include wealth management, international corporate finance and banking and portfolio management.
Dermot McCarthy | Senior Lecturer in Economics | Bournemouth University (UK)

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Dermot's research focuses on public-sector economics, theory of the firm, public-sector industrial relations, employee share-ownership, and employee psychology.
Catriona Cahill | PhD student | Department of Economics

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Catriona completed her Economics and Sociology degree in UL in 2010 receiving first class honours. She then commenced her doctoral studies under UL’s Advanced Scholar Programme. Her research covers the impact of market orientated reform on the productivity of state owned enterprises