Geary Seminar Series 2017/18

Date Speaker Title
19th Sept 2017 Marc-Andreas Muendler, Dept. Of Economics, UC San Diego Tasks, Occupations, and Wage Inequality in an Open Economy
26th Sept 2017 Karolyn Ward, Louise Byrne and Paula Mc Nulty, HAIL (Housing Assistance for Integrated Living) Moving from mental health congregated settings to your own home
3rd Oct 2017 Kristian Krieger, Catholic University of Louvain How do states manage uncertainty? Comparative perspectives on the governance of security and disaster risk in Europe
10th Oct 2017 Ronan Lyons, Department of Economics, TCD How a good housing system works and where the Irish system fails us
17th Oct 2017 Eoin Corrigan, Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government Tenure, Income and Resilience - Changes to the Distribution of Household Incomes 2006 to 2015
24th Oct 2017 Timothy J. Kehoe, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota Optimal Austerity
7th Nov 2017 Julien Mercille, School of Geography, UCD Privatisation in health care: the case of Ireland
14th Nov 2017 Muireann Ní Raghallaigh and Sarah Donnelly, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice UCD Effecting change through collective advocacy research: examples from research regarding older people and refugees
21st Nov 2017 Jasmina Behan, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service: Contribution to Evidence Based Policy in Ireland
28th Nov 2017 Matt Dickson, Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath

The causal effect of education on adult mortality, health, and income: mendelian randomisation versus RoSLA

23rd Jan 2018 Bridget Johnston, Centre for Health and Policy Management, TCD

Financial protection when accessing healthcare

30th Jan 2018 Benjamin Elsner, School of Economics, UCD Economics, Migration and Education
6th Feb 2018 Chris Fitzgerald, University of Limerick Too many graduates: will they be a drain on society?
13th Feb 2018 Michael Collins, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD Auto Enrollment: into what, for whom and how much?
3rd April 2018 Aidan Regan, School of Politics and International Relations, UCD Popular support for corporate tax avoidance