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Dr Christopher M. Dent
Business School, Edge Hill University, UK.
 
Titled
Brexit, Trump and Trade:  Back to a Late 19th Century Future?
 
Date: Monday 4th February 1pm to 2pm
Venue: Kemmy Business School, KB1-16
 
Biography 

Public Policy, Enterprise, Governance and Sustainability (PPEGS)
Seminar Series
 
The Public Policy, Enterprise, Governance and Sustainability (PPEGS) Research Theme is pleased to announce its next two presenters 
 
Prof. Khaled Hussainey
University of Portsmouth, UK.
 
Titled
The Determinants of eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) Adoption: A Cross-Country Study
 
Date: Thursday, 31st January, 1pm to 2pm

The Political Economy of Reforms in Central Bank Design: Evidence from a New Dataset

Date: 25th January 2019
Time: 14:00
Location: KB1-11; Kemmy Business School

Department of Economics Seminar



Dr Davide Romelli
Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin

Titled
The political economy of reforms in central bank design: evidence from a new dataset

Date: Friday 25th January, 14h00-15h00
Venue: Kemmy Business School, KB1-11

All are welcome to attend.

Department of Economics Seminar
 
Dr John Cullinan
School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway
 
Titled
 
Mammographic Screening, Socioeconomic Status and Breast Cancer Mortality: A Difference-in-Differences Analysis
 
 
Date: Friday 23rd November, 14h00-15h00
Venue: Kemmy Business School, KB1-11
 
All are welcome to attend.

 

PPEGS Seminar: The budget of the European Union: what for? Dr Andrea Mairate

Date: 30th November 2018
Time: 13:00
Location: KB1-17

Public Policy, Enterprise, Governance and Sustainability (PPEGS)
Seminar Series
 
The Public Policy, Enterprise, Governance and Sustainability (PPEGS) Research Theme
 
In collaboration with CEUROS and Euro-Asia Centre
 
Is pleased to announce its next presenter
 
Dr Andrea Mairate
EU Commission, Brussels
 
Titled
The budget of the European Union: what for?
 
Date: Friday 30th November, 1pm to 2pm

SDG Seminars Adaptive Programming

Date: 14th November 2018
Time: 13:00
Location:

Adaptive programming is about finding ways of being responsive to change and incorporating local knowledge in a project or programme. It is an area of emerging importance in development aid, particularly in fragile environments. If you would like to learn more about this issue, particularly with regard to Ireland’s Overseas Aid, then this event is of interest to you.
 

Public Policy, Enterprise, Governance and Sustainability (PPEGS)
&
Work, Knowledge and Employment (WKE)
Seminar Series
 
The PPEGS & WKE Research Themes are pleased to announce their next presenter
 
Yousra Cherrouk
Risk Assurance, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
 
Titled
 
Pandemic-Related Mortality Risk under a Changing Climate: Lessons from the Cholera Pandemic
 

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