Martin Kenneally (Director)

Mr. Martin Kenneally

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Mr. Martin Kenneally

Senior Lecturer in Economics

+353 (0)21 4902572 m.kenneally@ucc.ie

Martin F. Kenneally CV

Teaching interests

Principles, Macroeconomics, Finance, Economics of social problems, Econometrics, New Technology and teaching innovation.

Research interests

Technical change and Economic growth, Tourism, Finance, Law and Economics, Inequality, Poverty and Economic Methodology.

Publications

  • Recent Monetary Trends: Some Further Considerations, Quarterly Economic Commentary, Sept 1980, pp. 21-33
  • Concentration and Regulation in the Irish Mortgage Market, Irish Business and Administrative Review (IBAR) Vol. 4, No 1, April 1981, pp. 54-75
  • A Preliminary Econometric Investigation of the Irish Housing Market, 1969-1976 (Co-author: J.V. McCarthy), The Economic and Social Review Vol. 14, No 1, Oct 1982, pp. 41-69
  • The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments: Irish Evidence 1960-1978 (Co-author: Mary Finn), International Economics Research Paper No 33, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 1982, pp. 1-43
  • The Balance of Payments as a Monetary Phenomenon: A Review and Consideration of Irish Evidence 1960-1978 (Co-author: Mary Finn), The Economic and Social Review Vol 17, No 1, 1985, pp. 39-72
  • The Strength and Stability of the Relationship between Monetary Variables and Exchange Market Pressure Reconsidered (co-author: Tai Van Nhan), Southern Economic Journal Vol. 53, No 1, July 1986, pp. 95-109
  • Capital Market Liberalization And The Taxation Of Savings (Co-authors: Daniel Gros et al.), Working Party Report No 2, Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels, 1989, pp. 1-94
  • The Irish Unit Fund Industry: Structure and Performance (Co-author: Liam Gallagher), The Economic and Social Review Vol. 23, No 4, July 1992, pp. 397-422
  • Dynamic Hedging with the IFOX Long Gilt Futures (Co-author: David Cronin), The Economic and Social Review Vol 25, No 2, January 1994. pp. 135-155
  • Monetary Policy in Ireland: Analytical Considerations, in Economics For An Open Economy: Ireland, by Norton, Kenneally, McNutt and O'Donnell. Dublin: Oak Tree Press, 1994, pp. 249-368
  • Monetary Policy in Ireland: Operational Considerations, in Economics For An Open Economy:Ireland, by Norton, Kenneally, McNutt and O'Donnell. Dublin: Oak Tree Press, 1994, pp. 369-412
  • Irish Accident Insurance: Why are Costs so High? Journal of the Society of Fellows Vol. 11, part 2. 1997, pp. 112-126
  • Poverty, Destitution and Debt: A Review of Progress, Gorta World Food Day Conference Proceedings (Dublin Oct 2000). (pp. 1-37)
  • Impact of Technological and Structural Change on Employment: Prospective Analysis 2020, European Commission Joint Research Centre ESTO/IPTS Report (P. Christidis, H. Hernandez and J. Lievonen.) Feb 2002. pp. 1-206. EUR 20258 EN

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