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  • Ipinnaiye, Olubunmi Alice (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Firm performance is important for a number of reasons related to job creation, firm survival, innovation, competiveness and overall economic performance; motivating a large body of research on its determining factors. It ...
  • Cawley, Anthony P (University of Limerick, 2013)
    Within the organic sector, the beef sector has shown significant growth and now accounts for 72 percent of total organic producers. However, there is a considerable lack of research into measuring productivity in the ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Wallace, Eric S.; Otto, Steve R. (Springer, 2008)
    In recent years studies have been carried out on single subjects, for example by Kinugasa et al., 2004. It has been reported that it is unlikely any two golfers will have an identical swing, and even that an individual ...
  • Killian, Sheila (DDC Publishing [www.debtireland.org], 2011)
    Taxation is about far more than revenue-raising: it concerns power and impacts taxpayer behaviour. It is pivotal in enhancing accountability and participation in young states through the bargaining process between a ...
  • Bragard, Quentin; Ventresque, Anthony; Murphy, Liam (2013)
    Microscopic urban mobility simulations consist of modelling a city's road network and infrastructure, and to run autonomous individual vehicles to understand accurately what is going on in the city. However, when the ...
  • Raftery, P; Boland, G; Leahy, Siobhan; Jakeman, P.M (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
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  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    The Murray Papers are contained in a series of files, numbered consecutively, beginning with file 30/7. Within these files the contents have been sorted into folders titled according to origin or subject matter, e.g. Irish ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance for the ...

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