Workshop on Economic Policy in Ireland and Scotland
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Workshop on Economic Policy in Ireland and Scotland

Workshop on Economic Policy in Ireland and Scotland

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Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation,

High School Yards, Infirmary Street

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This workshop is intended to begin a dialogue between Ireland and Scotland (and perhaps Wales and Northern Ireland) over economic/political issues of joint interest. This first workshop is being held in Edinburgh, Scotland and is being organised by David Bell (Stirling Management School) and Liam Delaney (Stirling Management School and University College, Dublin) and Ray Perman (David Hume Institute). The papers from the workshop will be published by the David Hume Institute. The event is sponsored by Fiscal Affairs Scotland.

Speakers include:

Anne.Nolan (Senior Research Officer, ESRI, Dublin)
David Bell (Professor of Economics, University of Stirling)
David Eiser (Research Fellow, Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde)
Elaine Douglas (Research Fellow, University of Stirling)
Frank Barry (Professor of Economics, Trinity College, Dublin)
John Cullinan (Lecturer in Economics, National University of Ireland Galway)
John Mclaren (University of Glasgow)
Kirsty Hughes (University of Edinburgh)
Liam Delaney (Professor of Behavioural Economics, University of Stirling and Trinity College Dublin)
Lucy Blackburn (Adventures in Evidence)
Muiris Maccarthaig (Lecturer in Politics, Queen's University Belfast)
Nicola McEwen (Professor of Politics, University of Edinburgh)
Paul Cairney (Professor of Politics, University of Stirling)
Ed Poole (Lecturer in politics and international relations, University of Cardiff)


A full programme for the day will appear on this site soon!

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