• Manchester University Press
  • Pluto Press
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Peadar Kirby

Peadar Kirby is Professor of International Politics and Public Policy in the University of Limerick. He is the author of Celtic Tiger in Collapse (2010) and co-editor of Transforming Ireland (2009).

Works

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Towards a Second Republic
Irish Politics and the Celtic Tiger

Pluto Press
During the 1990s and 2000s, the Irish "Celtic Tiger" model of development was hailed as a model for other European countries, but the global economic crisis...
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Celtic Tiger in Collapse
Explaining the Weaknesses of the Irish Model

Palgrave Macmillan
Since the first edition, there have been fundamental changes in the Irish growth model. The sudden collapse of the Irish economy in 2008 raises questions such...
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Transforming Ireland
Challenges, Critiques, Resources

Manchester University Press
This is the first sustained and broad-ranging critique of the legacies of Ireland’s Celtic Tiger boom. Contributors identify the damaging impact that the free...
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Contesting the State
Lessons From the Irish Case

Manchester University Press
The first critical survey of the evolution, nature and role of the Irish state, which is widely recognized to have played a central role in Ireland's economic...
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Vulnerability and Violence
The Impact of Globalization

Pluto Press
Investigates the real meaning of 'vulnerability' in globalisation studies, and how it relates to new forms of violence.
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Reinventing Ireland
Culture, Society and the Global Economy

Pluto Press
Critical account of the economic boom in Ireland and the neo-liberal culture that has accompanied it.
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The Celtic Tiger In Distress
Growth with Inequality in Ireland

Palgrave Macmillan
This book challenges the widespread optimistic interpretation of Ireland's Celtic Tiger economy and, through a detailed examination of its economic basis and...
Peadar Kirby

Bestseller

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Celtic Tiger in Collapse
Explaining the Weaknesses of the Irish Model

Palgrave Macmillan
Since the first edition, there have been fundamental changes in the Irish growth model. The sudden collapse of the Irish economy in 2008 raises questions such...

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