'Democratic revolution? Evaluating the political and administrative reform landscape after the economic crisis'
Launch of 'Democratic revolution? Evaluating the political and administrative reform landscape after the economic crisis' a special issue of Administration,
the peer reviewed journal of the Institute of Public Administration (IPA) edited by Dr Theresa Reidy (University College Cork) and Dr Fiona Buckley (University College Cork).
The event takes place at
5.30pm, Wednesday 20 September 2017
The Auditorium, IPA, 57/61 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4
This collection brings together contributions from some of the most eminent scholars of Irish politics to assess the extent to which the promises of political and administrative reform by the Fine Gael/Labour coalition government were delivered in the years after 2011.
Contributors include: David Farrell, Gary Murphy, Kevin Rafter, Mary Brennan, Catherine Lynch, Muiris MacCarthaigh, Bernadette Connaughton, Aodh Quinlivan, Eoin O’Malley and Jane Suiter.
Speakers on the night will include Brendan Howlin, TD and Professor David Farrell (University College Dublin)
To register your attendance, please email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A wine reception will follow the launch.