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Placing Neoliberalism: The Rise and Fall of Ireland's Celtic Tiger
In this paper we provide an account of the property-led boom and bust which has brought Ireland to the point of bankruptcy. Our account details the pivotal role which neoliberal policy played inExpand
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Public geographies through social media
In this paper, we argue that new social media produces new forms of public geography and digital praxis in which the relationship between reader and writer is radically altered and which enablesExpand
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A Haunted Landscape: Housing and Ghost Estates in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland
Executive Summary During the Celtic Tiger boom Ireland experienced a phenomenal growth in property construction and house prices. Construction became a major component and driver of the IrishExpand
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A Haunted Landscape: Housing and Ghost Estates inPost-Celtic Tiger Ireland (NIRSA) Working Paper Series. No. 59.
In this working paper, we examine the creation of ‘a haunted landscape’ – the recent boom and the bust of the Irish housing market, and the creation of a new phenomenon, ‘ghost estates’. We draw onExpand
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Post-politics, crisis, and Ireland's ‘ghost estates’
This paper argues that the global economic recession provides an instructive point to reconsider recent theorisations of post-politics for two reasons. First, theories of the post-political can helpExpand
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Temporary solutions? Vacant space policy and strategies for re-use in Dublin
In the context of the ongoing economic crisis and the associated slow-down in the commercial property sector, urban policies that seek to encourage ‘temporary uses’ have grown in popularityExpand
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Urban anxieties and creative tensions in the European Capital of Culture 2005: ‘It couldn’t just be about Cork, like’
Since its inception, and particularly since Glasgow hosted the event in 1990, the European Capital of Culture (ECOC) has increasingly come to be viewed by host cities as a tool to regenerate, rebrandExpand
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Identity, politics and conflict in dockland development in Cork, Ireland: European Capital of Culture 2005
This paper will explore the politics of waterfront development as it emerged around Cork’s preparation and tenure of the 2005 European Capital of Culture. Many cities in recent decades haveExpand
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The New Ruins of Ireland? Unfinished Estates in the Post-Celtic Tiger Era
In the wake of the global financial crisis, and as Europe's financial and fiscal woes continue, Ireland's beleaguered economy has attracted a great deal of scrutiny, with much made of the country'sExpand
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Changes in frequency of HIV-1-specific cytotoxic T cell precursors and circulating effectors after combination antiretroviral therapy in children.
Combination antiretroviral therapy has had a major role in reducing human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) plasma viral loads in HIV-1-infected adults but a variable effect in infants, in whomExpand
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