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References Bhattacharyya, G. (2015). Crisis, austerity and everyday life: Living in a time of diminishing expectations . London: Palgrave Macmillan. Blyth, M. (2013). Austerity: The history of a dangerous idea. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Clarke, N., Crowe, S., Humphries, N., Conroy, R., O’Hare, S., Kavanagh, P., & Brugha, R. (2017). Factors influencing trainee doctor emigration in a high income country: A mixed methods study. Human Resources for Health, 15 , 66. Dáil Éireann. (2012). Confidence in the Minister for Health: Motion (resumed) [private

REFERENCES Alesina, A. F., Ardagna, S. (2009). Large Changes in Fiscal Policy: Taxes Versus Spending. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 15438, October 2009. Alesina, A. F., Ardagna, S. (2012). The Design of Fiscal Adjustments. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No.18423, September 2012. Alesina, A., Barbiero, O., Favero, C., Giavazzi, F., Paradisi, M. (2015). Austerity in 2009–13. Economic Policy , Vol. 30, No. 83, p.383–437. Alesina, A., Favero, C., Giavazzi, F. (2015). The Output Effect of Fiscal

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. Local Government Studies, 37 (1), 3–17. Blyth, M. (2013) Austerity. The history of a dangerous idea. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Christie, C. (2011). Commission on the future delivery of public services. Edinburgh: HMSO. Cockett, R. (1995). Thinking the unthinkable: Think-tanks and the economic counter-revolution 1931–1983. London: Harper Collins. Cooke, P., & Morgan, K. (1998). The associational economy . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Fine, B., & Milonakis, D. (2008). From political economy to economics: Method, the social and the historical in the

) the acceptance of the austerity agenda has ensured – in practice – interventions that reshape and redirect local provision in order to meet the needs of the centre ( Haughton/Deas/Hincks et al. 2016 ). The demise of the dual polity, in which local administration in the UK was largely viewed as parochial and mundane when compared to the ‘high’ affairs of the central state, is also seen in the increasing importance of the ‘local’, not just as a target of centrally-imposed social and economic restructuring but also as a tier of governance open to the possibilities of

Administration, vol. 65, no. 4 (2017), pp. 107–110 doi: 10.1515/admin-2017-0037 Austerity and recovery in Ireland: Europe’s poster child and the great recession William K. Roche, Philip J. O’Connell & Andrea Prothero (Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2016; ISBN: 978-0-198792-37-6; 368 pp; £60) Austerity and Recovery in Ireland offers the reader powerful insights into the causes, implementation and results of austerity in Ireland. Roche, O’Connell & Prothero introduce the reader to many aspects of austerity in Ireland, using a multidisciplinary approach to

References Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government (2012). Putting people first: Action programme for effective local government . Dublin: The Stationery Office. Farry, R. (2014, December 6). ‘Austerity alliance’ slammed. Westmeath Examiner , p. 11. Kavanagh, A. P. (2015a). An end to ‘civil war politics’? The radically reshaped political landscape of post-crash Ireland. Electoral Studies, 38 , 71–81. Kavanagh, A. P. (2015b). The May 2014 local and European elections in the Republic of Ireland: Second order or austerity voting

European cross-border donations and the European philanthropic landscape that has been started has seemingly reached a slight standstill since the global fi nancial crisis and austerity plans are dominating the every day discus- sion. However, the European non-profi t sector remains an area that is of crucial importance for the European labour market, the European Research Area, and most importantly, the participation of European civil society which directly infl uences questions of citi- zenship and European identity. Th e paper will compare the origin and legal