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  • Jannusch, Tim; Shannon, Darren; Völler, Michaele; Murphy, Finbarr; Mullins, Martin (Elsevier, 2021)
    Road traffic collisions are the leading cause of death for those between the ages of 15–29, according to the World Health Organisation. This study investigates one of the primary reasons for the high fatality rate amongst ...
  • Ryan, Cian; Murphy, Finbarr; Mullins, Martin (Elsevier, 2020)
    Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are expected to considerably improve road safety. That said, accident risk will continue to inflict societal costs. The ability to manage and measure these risks is fundamental to ensure societal ...
  • Hong, Hui; Chen, Naiwei; O'Brien, Fergal; Ryan, James (Elsevier, 2018)
    This study examines the predictability of the Shanghai Composite, Shenzhen Composite and the Hang Seng China Enterprise index returns during the period 1993 to 2010, with emphasis on whether considering structural breaks ...
  • Shaw, Frances (University of Limerick, 2015)
    This thesis provides an empirical analysis of European credit and interest rate derivative markets. By employing various econometric methods it looks to further understand the dynamics of these markets. This empirical research ...
  • Baublyte, Lijana (University of Limerick, 2012)
    This study demonstrates that the basis of decision-making and risk-pricing in the UK Political Risk Insurance (PRI) market is a combination of Art and Science, with factors such as trust and reputation playing an important ...
  • Jannusch, Tim; David-Spickermann, Florian; Ressel, Juliane; Voller, Michaele; Murphy, Finbarr; Furxhi, Irini; Cunneen, Martin; Mullins, Martin (Elsevier, 2021)
    On the path to high-level vehicle automation, the degree of surveillance both inside and outside the car increases significantly. Consequently, ethical considerations are becoming central to questions around surveillance ...
  • Shannon, Darren (University of Limerick, 2020)
    The broad evolutionary movement toward ensuring vehicle safety has necessitated the collection motor vehicle collision (MVC) data, so that the circumstances that influence the frequency and severity of MVCs can be ...
  • Killian, Sheila; Doyle, Elaine (2005)
    This paper investigates the factors that lead to tax aggression among tax preparers in South Africa. While much has been written on the factors influencing taxpayer propensity towards avoidance and evasion, relatively ...
  • McNair, David; Killian, Sheila; Collison, Maria; Bradshaw, Fintan; Cumming, Mark (Trócaire, 2009)
    Tax is the most sustainable source of development finance providing developing countries with revenue for investment in essential services and infrastructure, while promoting greater accountability between state and ...
  • Killian, Sheila; Mullins, Martin (Association for Accountancy & Business Affairs, 2008)
    This paper examines the impact of tax competition on the commodfication of ideas, and points towards a particular set of negative consequences that affect the developing world. As multinational business becomes ...
  • Das, Rasel; Leo, Bey Fen; Murphy, Finbarr (SpringerOpen, 2018)
    Without nanosafety guidelines, the long-term sustainability of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) for water purifications is questionable. Current risk measurements of CNTs are overshadowed by uncertainties. New risks associated ...
  • Murphy, Finbarr; Sheehan, Barry; Mullins, Martin; Bouwmeester, Hans; Marvin, Hans J.P.; Bouzembrak, Yamine; Costa, Anna L.; Das, Rasel; Stone, Vicki; Tofail, Syed A.M. (SpringerOpen, 2016)
    While control banding has been identified as a suitable framework for the evaluation and the determination of potential human health risks associated with exposure to nanomaterials (NMs), the approach currently lacks any ...
  • Batrancea, Larissa; Nichita, Anca; Olsen, Jerome; Kogler, Christoph; Kirchler, Erich; Hoelzl, Erik; Weiss, Avi; Torgler, Benno; Fooken, Jonas; Fuller, Joanne; Schaffner, Markus; Banuri, Sheheryar; Hassanein, Medhat; Alarcón García, Gloria; Aldemir, Ceyhan; Apostol, Oana; Bank Weinberg, Diana; Batrancea, Ioan; Belianin, Alexis; Bello Gómez, Felipe de Jesús; Briguglio, Marie; Dermol, Valerij; Doyle, Elaine; Gcabo, Rebone; Gong, Binglin; Ennya, Sara; Essel-Anderson, Anthony; Frecknall-Hughes, Jane; Hasanain, Ali; Hizen, Yoichi; Huber, Odilo; Kaplanoglou, Georgia; Kudła, Janusz; Lemoine, Jérémy E.; Leurcharusmee, Supanika; Matthiasson, Thorolfur; Mehta, Sanjeev; Min, Sejin; Naufal, George; Niskanen, Mervi; Nordblom, Katarina; Öztürk, Engin Bağ ı ş; Pacheco, Luis; Pántya, József; Rapanos, Vassilis; Roland-Lévy, Christine; Roux-Cesar, Ana Maria; Salamzadeh, Aidin; Savadori, Lucia; Schei, Vidar; Sharma, Manoj; Summers, Barbara; Suriya, Komsan; Tran, Quoc; Villegas-Palacio, Clara; Visser, Martine; Xia, Chun; Yi, Sunghwan; Zukauskas, Sarunas (Elsevier, 2019)
    The slippery slope framework of tax compliance emphasizes the importance of trust in authorities as a substantial determinant of tax compliance alongside traditional enforcement tools like audits and fines. Using data from ...
  • Killian, Sheila (Elsevier, 2006)
    The term “harmful tax competition” has become endemic. It is taken as a tautology that competition among nations for the favors of multinational companies, using their tax systems as bait, is harmful. This is a view held ...

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