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Benchmarking the financial performance of local councils in Ireland

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The potential for public value frameworks in Northern Ireland and Ireland

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Emergency management on the island of Ireland – Recent cross-border developments

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The statistical treatment of government interventions in the banking sector during the financial crisis

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The Central Bank’s harmonised competitiveness indicators: Users beware

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Lessons from abroad: Rebalancing accountability and pedagogy in the Irish social care sector through the use of effective leadership

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Rethinking Irish cluster policy

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The Patient Survey Programme: Transforming the patient experience in Irish healthcare

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Austerity and Irish local government expenditure since the Great Recession

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