Research Profile

Robert Butler

Biography

Dr Robert Butler has been a college lecturer in the Department of Economics since September 2006, completing his doctorate in 2013 under the supervision of Veblen-Commons award winner Professor Geoffrey Hodgson.

Research Interests

Robbie's research is focused on institutional economics and sports economics. Some of his work in the area of sport can be found at www.sportseconomics.org.

Research Grants

 ProjectFunding
Body
Start DateEnd DateAward
Assessing the impact of land structure on the economic performance of dairy farming in IrelandTeagasc10-APR-1808-APR-22€88,000.00
College of Business and Law Research Strategic Development FundNational University of Ireland (NUI)01-OCT-1831-AUG-19€2,000.00
Research Excellence Publication FundNational University of Ireland (NUI)01-AUG-1831-JUL-19€2,500.00
4th Annual Sports Economics Workshop - Sports BettingOther: Not Listed23-JUL-1824-JUL-18€22,295.00
Examining the Impact of Milk Price Volatility on Farm Viability and Exploring the Role of Price and Non-Price Risk Management Tools’Irish Research Council01-NOV-1731-OCT-18€22,000.00
IRC "New Foundations Award 2015" Dr R Butler -SEW16Irish Research Council01-FEB-1631-AUG-16€7,337.00
Department of Economics Early Career Conference Support SchemeNational University of Ireland (NUI)22-APR-1522-APR-15€800.00
College of Business and Law Conference Travel Support Scheme for Junior StaffNational University of Ireland (NUI)03-SEP-1405-SEP-14€1,200.00

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

 YearPublication
(2018)'Has Competition In The Market For Subscription Sports Broadcasting Benefitted Consumers? The Case Of The English Premier League'
Robert Butler and Pat Massey (2018) 'Has Competition In The Market For Subscription Sports Broadcasting Benefitted Consumers? The Case Of The English Premier League'. Journal of Sports Economics,   [DOI] [CORA Link] [Details]
(2018)'Explaining International Footballer Selection Through Poisson Modelling'
Robert Butler, David Butler, Justin Doran and Sean O'Connor (2018) 'Explaining International Footballer Selection Through Poisson Modelling'. Journal of Economic Studies, 45 (2):296-306   [DOI] [CORA Link] [Details]
(2017)'Clément Juglar and Algeria: The Three Pillars of a Modern Anti-Colonial Criticism'
Robert Butler and Antoine Parent (2017) 'Clément Juglar and Algeria: The Three Pillars of a Modern Anti-Colonial Criticism'. Journal of Institutional Economics, 14 (2):393-408   [DOI] [CORA Link] [Details]
(2017)'Fergie Time and the Allocation of Additional Time: Evidence from the English Premier League 2009 to 2013'
Robbie Butler and David Butler (2017) 'Fergie Time and the Allocation of Additional Time: Evidence from the English Premier League 2009 to 2013'. The International Journal of Sport Finance, 12 (3):185-203   [CORA Link] [Details]
(2016)'What The Simpsons Can Teach Us About Sports Economics'
David Butler, Robbie Butler & John Considine (2016) 'What The Simpsons Can Teach Us About Sports Economics'. Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 15 (2):88-100 [Details]
(2016)'Rules Change and Incentives in the League of Ireland from 1971 – 2014'
Robert Butler & David Butler (2016) 'Rules Change and Incentives in the League of Ireland from 1971 – 2014'. Soccer and Society, :1-15 [Details]
(2015)'The Relative Age Effect and Under-21 Irish Association Football: A Natural Experiment & Policy Recommendations'
David Butler & Robert Butler (2015) 'The Relative Age Effect and Under-21 Irish Association Football: A Natural Experiment & Policy Recommendations'. The Economic and Social Review, :511-519 [Details]
(2011)'Irish Field Studies on How to Start Vaccinating Against Mastitis'
Robert Butler (2011) 'Irish Field Studies on How to Start Vaccinating Against Mastitis'. Veterinary Journal, 1 (10):546-547 [Details]
(2010)'Dr Olson's Antidote for Institutional Sclerosis'
John Considine & Robert Butler (2010) 'Dr Olson's Antidote for Institutional Sclerosis'. Economic Affairs, :55-60 [Details]
(2009)'Government Support for Horse Racing Ireland: The Allocation & Distribution of Public Funds'
Robbie Butler & Meadhbh Sherman; (2009) 'Government Support for Horse Racing Ireland: The Allocation & Distribution of Public Funds'. New Developments in Economic Research, [Details]

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2018)'Rules Change and Incentives in the League of Ireland'
Robert Butler and David Butler (2018) 'Rules Change and Incentives in the League of Ireland' In: New Perspectives on Association Football in Irish History. UK: Routledge. [Details]
(2016)'Freedom and Growth in Ireland, 1980 to 2014'
Robbie Butler and John Considine (2016) 'Freedom and Growth in Ireland, 1980 to 2014' In: Economic Freedom of the World: 2016 Annual Report. Canada: Frasier Institute. [Details]
(2013)'League of Ireland: Offering Something Different'
Robbie Butler (2013) 'League of Ireland: Offering Something Different' In: The Heart of the Game – Improving Football Governance through Supporter Involvement and Community Ownership. Cork. Cork: Foras Supporters Handbook. [Details]

Invited Lectures

 YearPublication
(2018)Funding Horse Racing in Ireland and the Possible Consequences of BREXIT, University of Liverpool.
Robert Butler and David Butler (2018) Funding Horse Racing in Ireland and the Possible Consequences of BREXIT, University of Liverpool. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2018)Economic Update - Global & Irish. Chartered Certified Public Accountants in Ireland.
Robert Butler (2018) Economic Update - Global & Irish. Chartered Certified Public Accountants in Ireland. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2018)Lecture in Sports Economics University of Limerick Economics and Investment Society.
Robert Butler (2018) Lecture in Sports Economics University of Limerick Economics and Investment Society. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2017)3rd Annual Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus Conference.
Robert Butler (2017) 3rd Annual Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus Conference. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2016)“Relative Age Effects in Football – An Overview”. 3rd Bachelor of Sports Studies and Physical Education.
Robbie Butler and David Butler (2016) “Relative Age Effects in Football – An Overview”. 3rd Bachelor of Sports Studies and Physical Education. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2016)“Opening Address”. 4th University College Cork Economics Society Conference. University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2016) “Opening Address”. 4th University College Cork Economics Society Conference. University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2016)“Sport and the Economy” Economists of the Future, Economics Society.
Robbie Butler (2016) “Sport and the Economy” Economists of the Future, Economics Society. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2015)“Opening Address”. 3rd University College Cork Economics Society Conference.
Robbie Butler and David Butler (2015) “Opening Address”. 3rd University College Cork Economics Society Conference. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2014)Entry Points to Learning: Using Sport to Teach Economics.
Robbie Butler (2014) Entry Points to Learning: Using Sport to Teach Economics. Waterford Institute of Technology: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2014)“Soccernomics Stories”. Economics Society, University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2014) “Soccernomics Stories”. Economics Society, University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2014)“Do people make irrational decisions?” Junior Economics, Economics Society Economics Week. University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2014) “Do people make irrational decisions?” Junior Economics, Economics Society Economics Week. University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2014)The Relative Age Effect and Under-21 Irish Association Football: A Natural Experiment & Policy Recommendations National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
Robbie Butler & David Butler (2014) The Relative Age Effect and Under-21 Irish Association Football: A Natural Experiment & Policy Recommendations National University of Ireland, Maynooth. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2014)“An Examination of Game Theory”. Junior Economics, Economics Society Economics Week. University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2014) “An Examination of Game Theory”. Junior Economics, Economics Society Economics Week. University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2014)Opening Address”. 2nd Biennial University College Cork Economics Society Conference.
Robbie Butler (2014) Opening Address”. 2nd Biennial University College Cork Economics Society Conference. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2013)“Ireland, Banking and the Future”. Economics Society, University College Cork.
Robbie Butler & John Considine (2013) “Ireland, Banking and the Future”. Economics Society, University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2013)After the Bailout”. Economics Society, University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2013) After the Bailout”. Economics Society, University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2013)Ireland’s Public Finances, National Debt & Beyond 2014”. Accounting & Finance Society University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2013) Ireland’s Public Finances, National Debt & Beyond 2014”. Accounting & Finance Society University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2011)An Insight into the Beautiful Game: The Economics of Football.
Robbie Butler & David Butler (2011) An Insight into the Beautiful Game: The Economics of Football. National University of Ireland, Galway: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2011)“The Future of Ireland in the Europe Union”. Economics Society, University College Cork.
Robbie Butler (2011) “The Future of Ireland in the Europe Union”. Economics Society, University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2011)“From Class to Compromise”. 1st Biennial University College Cork Economics Society Conference.
Robbie Butler (2011) “From Class to Compromise”. 1st Biennial University College Cork Economics Society Conference. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2011)That this house believes that the capitalist system should be abandoned”. University College Cork Philosophical Society.
Robbie Butler (2011) That this house believes that the capitalist system should be abandoned”. University College Cork Philosophical Society. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2010)Relative Age Effects in Association Football: An Irish Analysis. Football Association of Ireland.
Robert Butler and David Butler (2010) Relative Age Effects in Association Football: An Irish Analysis. Football Association of Ireland. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2010)What Does The IMF/EU Bailout Mean?”. University College Cork Green Party.
Robbie Butler (2010) What Does The IMF/EU Bailout Mean?”. University College Cork Green Party. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2010)Relative Age Effects in Association Football: A European Analysis. UCC Entrepreneurial Society 2010 Week, University College Cork.
Robbie Butler & David Butler (2010) Relative Age Effects in Association Football: A European Analysis. UCC Entrepreneurial Society 2010 Week, University College Cork. Invited Lectures [Details]
(2009)“The Irish Economy – The Road to Recovery”. University College Cork Green Party.
Robbie Butler (2009) “The Irish Economy – The Road to Recovery”. University College Cork Green Party. Invited Lectures [Details]

Professional Activities

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2018)Seminar Series,
Robbie Butler, Liam Lenten and Pat Massey (2018) Bonus Incentives and Team-Effort Levels: Evidence from the ‘Field’. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Seminar Series, San Andrés University, Buenos Aires, Argentina . [Details]
(2018)Seminar Series,
Robbie Butler, Liam Lenten and Pat Massey (2018) Bonus Incentives and Team-Effort Levels: Evidence from the ‘Field’. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Seminar Series, Torcuato Di Tella University, Buenos Aires, Argentina . [Details]
(2018)XIII Conference on Sport Economics: Outcome Uncertainty, Competitive Balance, Leagues and Fans,
Robert Butler and Pat Massey (2018) Secondary Prizes and Match Uncertainty in Rugby Union Tournaments: The Impact of Bonus Points. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], XIII Conference on Sport Economics: Outcome Uncertainty, Competitive Balance, Leagues and Fans, Gijon, Spain . [Details]
(2018)Scottish Economics Society Conference,
Robert Butler, David Butler and Justin Doran (2018) Turf Accountancy - A Spatial Analysis of Bookmakers. [Oral Presentation], Scottish Economics Society Conference, Perth, Scotland . [Details]
(2017)2017 Sports Economics Workshop,
Robbie Butler, Liam Lenten and Pat Massey (2017) Bonus Incentives and Team-Effort Levels: Evidence from the ‘Field’. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], 2017 Sports Economics Workshop, University College Cork . [Details]
(2017)Skellig Centre for Research and Innovation,
Robbie Butler (2017) The Evolution of Sports Broadcasting. [Poster Presentation], Skellig Centre for Research and Innovation, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry . [Details]
(2017)Skellig Centre for Research and Innovation Seminar Series,
Robbie Butler, David Butler and John Considine (2017) Stories in Sports Economics. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Skellig Centre for Research and Innovation Seminar Series, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry . [Details]
(2017)Irish Economic Association Conference,
Robbie Butler, David Butler and Rory O'Riordan (2017) The Allocation of Additional Time in the English Premier League – “Fergie Time” post Sir Alex. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Irish Economic Association Conference, Bankers Institute, Dublin , 04-MAY-17. [Details]
(2017)PRONI - New Perspectives on Association Football In Irish History,
Robbie Butler and David Butler (2017) Rule changes and incentives in the League of Ireland from 1970 to 2014. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], PRONI - New Perspectives on Association Football In Irish History, Belfast , 17-MAR-17. [Details]
(2016)Sports Business, Health and Exercise Seminar,
Robbie Butler, David Butler and John Eakins (2016) Mystics and the Market: Predictions in the English Premier League. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Sports Business, Health and Exercise Seminar, Waterford Institute of Technology . [Details]
(2016)8th ESEA Conference on Sport Economics,
John Eakins, David Butler and Robbie Butler (2016) The Mystics and the Market – An Analysis of Premier League Outcome and Score Predictions. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], 8th ESEA Conference on Sport Economics, Groningen, Netherlands , 01-SEP-16 - 01-SEP-16. [Details]
(2016)Xi Gijon Conference on Sports Economics: Sport and Media,
Robbie Butler & Pat Massey (2016) Has Competition in Pay TV Sports Broadcasting Benefitted Consumers?. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Xi Gijon Conference on Sports Economics: Sport and Media, Gijon, Spain . [Details]
(2015)7th ESEA European Conference in Sports Economics,
Robbie Butler, David Butler. Justin Doran & Sean O'Connor (2015) European Sports Economics Association. [Oral Presentation], 7th ESEA European Conference in Sports Economics, Zurich . [Details]
(2014)Dublin Economics Workshop,
Robbie Butler (2014) Rule Changes in the League of Ireland 1920 – 2013. [Oral Presentation], Dublin Economics Workshop, Cork . [Details]
(2014)6th European Sports Economics Association Conference,
Robbie Butler & David Butler (2014) Referee Decision-making & Agency Theory: The Case of the English Premier League. [Oral Presentation], 6th European Sports Economics Association Conference, Antwerp Belgium . [Details]
(2014)Irish Economic Assocation Conference,
David Butler & Robbie Butler (2014) The Relative Age Effect and Under-21 Irish Association Football: A Natural Experiment & Policy Recommendations. [Oral Presentation], Irish Economic Assocation Conference, University of Limerick . [Details]
(2013)Irish Society of New Economists Conference,
Robbie Butler (2013) A Rehabilitation of Mancur Olson: The Rise & Decline of States. [Oral Presentation], Irish Society of New Economists Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth . [Details]
(2012)Group for Research in Organisational and Evolution Economics Conference,
Robbie Butler (2012) Rehabilitation of Mancur Olson: The Rise & Decline of States. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Group for Research in Organisational and Evolution Economics Conference, Privas, France . [Details]
(2012)Irish Economic Assocation Conference,
Robbie Butler (2012) The Rise & Decline of States. [Oral Presentation], Irish Economic Assocation Conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth . [Details]
(2012)Irish Society of New Economists Conference,
Robbie Butler (2012) Age, Effort and Outcome. [Oral Presentation], Irish Society of New Economists Conference, University College Cork . [Details]
(2012)Department of Economics Summer Research Symposium,
Robbie Butler (2012) An Institutional Analysis of Long-Term Economic Growth. [Oral Presentation], Department of Economics Summer Research Symposium, University College Cork , 20-JUN-12 - 20-JUN-12. [Details]
(2011)Irish Economic Assocation 25th Annual Conference,
Robbie Butler, David Butler & Rory O'Farrell; (2011) Home Bias in Premier League Added Time. [Oral Presentation], Irish Economic Assocation 25th Annual Conference, Limerick , 14-APR-11 - 16-APR-11. [Details]
(2011)GROE Awayday 2011,
Robbie Butler; (2011) Group for Research in Organisational and Evolution Economics Conference. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], GROE Awayday 2011, Privas, France , 26-MAY-11 - 30-MAY-11. [Details]
(2011)Irish Society of New Economists Conference,
Robbie Butler & Justin Doran; (2011) Competing Explanations of Economic Growth: Comparing New Economic Geography (NEG) and Neoclassical Growth Theory for EU Regions'. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Irish Society of New Economists Conference, Bankers Institute Dublin , 18-AUG-11 - 19-AUG-11. [Details]
(2010)GROE Annual Workshop,
Robbie Butler; (2010) How Rich Countries Got Rich: An Institutionalist Perspective. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], GROE Annual Workshop, Hatfield, England , 18-FEB-10 - 18-FEB-10. [Details]
(2010)GROE 2010 Awayday,
Robbie Butler; (2010) Group for Research in Organisational and Evolutionary Economics Conference. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], GROE 2010 Awayday, Privas, France , 30-APR-10 - 03-MAY-10. [Details]
(2010)UCC Entrepreneurial Society 2010 Week,
David Butler & Robbie Butler (with JP MacManus, Donal O Cusack & Frankie Sheahan); (2010) Relative Age Effects in Association Football: A European Analysis. [Invited Oral Presentation], UCC Entrepreneurial Society 2010 Week, University College Cork , 12-JAN-10 - 12-JAN-10. [Details]
(2010)ISNE 2010, Trinity College Dublin,
Robbie Butler & David Butler (2010) More Time Please: Biases in Premier League Additional Time. [Oral Presentation], ISNE 2010, Trinity College Dublin, TCD . [Details]
(2010)The Biennial International Conference in the Economics and Psychology of Football,
David Butler & Robbie Butler; (2010) Relative Age Effects in Association Football: An Irish & European Analysis. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], The Biennial International Conference in the Economics and Psychology of Football, Heythrop College, University of London , 29-MAY-10 - 30-MAY-10. [Details]
(2009)ISNE 2009 Conference,
David Butler & Robbie Butler; (2009) Relative Age Effects in Association Football. [Invited Oral Presentation], ISNE 2009 Conference, University of Limerick , 25-SEP-09 - 25-SEP-09. [Details]
(2009)Department of Economics UCC Research Seminar,
Robbie Butler & David Butler; (2009) Relative Age Effects in Association Football. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Department of Economics UCC Research Seminar, Cork, Ireland , 04-DEC-09 - 04-DEC-09. [Details]
(2007)INFER Conference Workshop on Public Goods,
Meadhbh Sherman, Robbie Butler; (2007) Government Support for Horse Racing Ireland: The Allocation & Distribution of Public Funds. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], INFER Conference Workshop on Public Goods, Galway, Ireland , 21-SEP-07 - 21-SEP-07. [Details]
(2006)Political Science Association of Ireland Annual Conference,
Robert Butler* and John Considine; (2006) Tom Garvin, Mancur Olson and Irish Economic Growth. [Oral Presentation], Political Science Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Cork , 21-OCT-06 - 21-OCT-06. [Details]
(2006)20th Annual Irish Economic Association Conference,
John Considine & Robbie Butler; (2006) Irish Economic Conference. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], 20th Annual Irish Economic Association Conference, Wexford, Ireland , 23-SEP-06 - 24-SEP-06. [Details]
(2005)Deptartment of Economics UCC Seminar Series,
Robbie Butler & John Considine (2005) Olsonian Explanations of 20th Century Irish Economic Growth. [Oral Presentation], Deptartment of Economics UCC Seminar Series, University College Cork . [Details]

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
2016University College Cork Masters in Teaching and Learning in Higher EducationEducation
2015University College Cork Postgrad Dip in Teaching & Learning in HEEducation
2014University College Cork Postgrad Cert. in Teaching & Learning in HEEducation
2013University of Hertfordshire PhDEconomics
2005University College Cork MEconScEconomic Science
2004Waterford Institute of Technology Bachelor of Business StudiesEconomics & Finance

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
2016Teaching Hero National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
2015President's Prize for Teaching University College Cork
2015UCC Nomination for National 'Teaching Experts' Award National Forum for Teaching and Learning
2013Doctoral Completion Award School of Economic Advisory Board
2012Conference Recognition Award School of Economic Advisory Board
2011Outstanding Teaching Award School of Economic Advisory Board

Professional Associations

 AssociationFunctionFrom / To
World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research OCM01-OCT-13 /
European Sports Economics Association Ordinary Member29-AUG-14 /
International Association of Sports Economists (IASE) Ordinary Member01-JAN-14 / 09-JAN-15

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
BComm International Board of Studies Chair2016 /
College of Business and Law Teaching and Learning Committee OCM2015 /
Bachelor of Arts Review Group Introduciton and delivery of new BA Economics programme at undergraduate level in UCC2008 /
Graduate Studies Committee Assistant Chair2006 / 2017
Economics Society School of Economics Economic Society Liaison Officer2010 /
Business School Innovation and Entrepreneurship OCM2014 /

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
University College Cork Lecturer31-AUG-06 /
University College Cork Co-Director of the Business Practice Economics Programme01-SEP-08 /

Consultancy

 ClientDescription
Cork Racecourse
Economic Impact Study of the Racing Home for Easter Fesitval
Philips66
The Future of Oil Refinement in Ireland

Outreach Activities

 Description

Gary Murphy Memorial Quiz

Skellig Centre for Research and Innovation

Founding member and contributor to sportseconomics.org

Delivery of UCC Plus Football Programme with the Football Association of Ireland

Journal Activities

 JournalRoleTo / From
Journal Of Institutional Economics Referee-
The International Journal Of Sport Finance Referee-
Journal Of Sports Economics Referee-
Ima Journal Of Management Mathematics Referee-
Journal Of Sports Science Referee-
International Advances In Economic Research Referee-

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

At introductory level Robbie has instructed principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics to Arts, Commerce, Computer Science, Social Science, Government and Accountancy students.

At intermediate level he has lectured macroeconomics to BA degree students and Evening BA degree students. Robbie has also delivered final year modules in innovation, competitiveness and economic growth.

At postgraduate level Robbie has taught business simulations and research methods and delivered classes at both MBA level and Executive Education.


Current Postgraduate Students

 StudentDegree Type
Hennessy Liam John Masters Degree by Research

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2019The World of Economics [Microeconomics]: Co-operation in the Economic System EC1113The World of Economics [Microeconomics]: Co-operation in the Economic System
2019The Economics of Sport EC3219The Economics of Sport
2019Practice Laboratory in Business Part 1 EC6104Practice Laboratory in Business Part 1
2019Economic Decision Making EC1131Economic Decision Making
2019Field Work in Business Economics EC6114Field Work in Business Economics
2019Reflective Journaling EC6117Reflective Journaling
2019Practice Laboratory in Business Part 2 EC6105Practice Laboratory in Business Part 2

Research Information

Internal Collaborators

 NameInstituteCountry
David Butler University College CorkIRELAND
Thia Hennessy University College CorkIRELAND
Meadhbh Sherman University College CorkIRELAND
Justin Doran University College CorkIRELAND
John Considine University College CorkIRELAND

External Collaborators

 NameOrganisation / InstituteCountry
Sean O'Connor Central Statistics OfficeIRELAND
Emma Dillion TeagascIRELAND
Francesca Gagliardi University of HertfordshireENGLAND
Liam Lenten La Trobe UniversityAUSTRALIA
Geoffrey Hodgson University of HertfordshireENGLAND
Rob Simmons Lancaster UniversityENGLAND
Antoine Parent Sciences Po LyonFRANCE
Pat Massey CompeconIRELAND

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