Date Speaker Title
29th Sept 2020 Ciarán Nugent, NERI Trends in the Irish Labour Market - Special Focus: Young People
6th Oct 2020 Leo Lades, Environmental Policy, UCD Sludge and Transaction Costs
13th Oct 2020 Sarah Carol, School of Sociology, UCD Migrants subjective well-being in ethnically mixed marriages: a life course perspective
20th Oct 2020 Dora Toda, Department of Economics, TCD Desired hours worked over the business cycle: stylised facts for European countries
3rd Nov 2020 Francesco Pilla, Spatial Dynamics Lab, UCD Open Innovation approaches for smart and sustainable local communities
10th Nov 2020 Carmel Hannan, Department,of Sociology, UL Culture and the socioeconomic status of families: exceptionalism as a route to theoretical development
 24th Nov 2020 Lisa Moran, Department of Social Sciences, Edge Hill University Exploring Emotion-Related Work Practices and Relationships of Veterinary Professionals in Ireland and the UK
1st Dec 2020 Micheál Collins, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice UCD The Hidden Cost of Poverty: estimating the public service cost of poverty in Ireland
19th Jan 2021 Brian Barry, TU Dublin How judges judge: using behavioural science to understand judicial decision-making
26th Jan 2021 David Horan, UCD Enabling Integrated Policymaking with the Sustainable Development Goals. An Application to Ireland
9th Feb 2021  Julien Mercille, School of Geography UCD Home care: the growth of private providers pre- and post-Covid
16th Feb 2021  Michael Simmons, Department of Economics, Royal Holloway, University of London  The ins and outs of the gender unemployment gap in the OECD 
23rd Feb 2021  Therese McDonnell, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems UCD  Paediatric Emergency Healthcare during COVID-19
2nd Mar 2021  Robert Sweeney, TASC   Understanding Market Inequality in Ireland 
23rd Mar 2021  Robert Butler, Department of Economics, Cork University Business School  Informal Constraints in an Institutional Setting: The Evolution of the Football Jersey
30th Mar 2021  Aileen Murphy, Department of Economics, Cork University Business School  Assessing healthcare costs when restricted to self-reported data 
6th Apr 2021  Orla Kelly, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD  Mass education: What is it good for? Examining the links between educational attainment, economic development and the carbon intensity of wellbeing.
13th Apr 2021  Kevin Denny, School of Economics, UCD  The effect of the 2004 referendum on birth tourism: evidence from a Dublin hospital 
20th Apr 2021 Tara McIndoe-Calder, Central Bank of Ireland  Household Wealth Inequality and Resilience: Evidence from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey
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