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Book

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This item is available under a Creative Commons License for non-commercial use only

Disciplines

5.2 ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, 5.4 SOCIOLOGY, 5.5 LAW, 5.6 POLITICAL SCIENCE, 5.7 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY, 5.8 MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS, 5.9 OTHER SOCIAL SCIENCES, 6.3 PHILOSOPHY, ETHICS and RELIGION

Publication Details

Hogan, J., Donnelly, P. and O’Rourke, B. (eds) (2010) Irish Business and Society: Governing, Participating and Transforming in the 21st Century. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan. Available:

Abstract

Irish Business and Society is a contemporary exploration of the wide-ranging debates surrounding the relationships between business and society in 21st century Ireland, providing a context in which to question and inform our perspectives on both. The book consists of diverse and thought-provoking contributions from leading business researchers, economists, sociologists and political scientists from Ireland and abroad, which address five central themes:

-- The Making and Unmaking of the Celtic Tiger

-- Governance, Regulation & Justice

-- Partnership & Participation

-- The nature of Irish Borders within Ireland, Europe & the Wider World

-- Interests & Concerns in Contemporary Ireland

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