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  • O'Flynn, Micheal; Power, Martin J.; McCabe, Conor; Silke, Henry (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2013)
    In this paper we outline the features of an emergent resistance in Ireland. We examine its stunted development in the context of the period of speculative expansion known as the ‘Celtic Tiger’. We draw attention to ...
  • O'Flynn, Micheal; Monaghan, Lee F (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2013)
    While the human consequences of Ireland’s economic crash have been well documented and scrutinised, the systemic deceptions underpinning the so-called Celtic Tiger have received far less attention. The boom years were ...
  • Monaghan, Lee F; O'Flynn, Micheal (Sage Publications, 2012)
    In 2009, US financier Bernard (Bernie) L. Madoff was jailed for 150 years after pleading guilty to running a massive ponzi scheme. While superficial condemnation was widespread, his US$65 billion fraud cannot be understood ...
  • Power, Martin J.; O'Flynn, Micheal; Courtois, Aline; Kennedy, Margaret (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2013)
    In this paper we examine the impact that the ideological / political / class project of neoliberalism has had on education in Ireland. We discuss the effect of neoliberal policies on Ireland and Irish society in order ...
  • Power, Martin J.; O'Flynn, Micheal; Courtois, Aline; Kennedy, Margaret (Institute for Education Policy Studies, 2013)
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  • O'Flynn, Micheal; Monaghan, Lee F; Power, Martin J. (Sage Publishing, 2014)
    Focusing upon scapegoating in post-crash Ireland, this article considers a pervasive political process that is protective of powerful interests and the status quo following the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Drawing from ...
  • Monaghan, Lee F; O'Flynn, Micheal; Power, Martin J. (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2013)
    Irish society continues to reel in the aftershock of the 2008 global financial crisis, particularly since the government socialised the massive liabilities of private banks. Sensitized to antagonistic social relations ...

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