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Published DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015Aid and governance: Negative returns?Brazys, Samuel
2001Analysing Regulatory Space: Fragmented Resources and Institutional DesignScott, Colin
2011Applying principles of good governance in a school board contextBrennan, Niamh
Jun-2017Bad Neighbors? How co-located Chinese and World Bank Development Projects Impact Local Corruption in TanzaniaBrazys, SamuelElkink, Johan A.Kelly, Gina
2012Beyond Taxonomies of Private Authority in Transnational RegulationScott, Colin
15-Jun-2009A bigger picture: information systems and spatial data infrastructure research perspectivesGeorgiadou, YolaHarvey, FrancisMiscione, Gianluca
Jun-2013Book review : Housing Law and Policy, by David CowanThornton, Liam
2013The Changing Shape of University Decision-Making Processes and the Consequences for Faculty Participation in IrelandDowling-Hetherington, Linda
Mar-2012The Contemporary University and its Cultured DespisersCasey, Gerard
2013Differentiating Clinical Governance, Clinical Management and Clinical PracticeBrennan, NiamhFlynn, Maureen A.
Jun-2014Firm size, sovereign governance, and value creation: Evidence from the acquirer size effectHumphery-Jenner, MarkPowell, Ronan
25-Dec-2014From Welfare State to Regulatory State: Meta-Regulation and BeyondScott, Colin
Mar-2002The Governance of the European Union: The Potential for Multi-Level ControlScott, Colin
Mar-2009Governing Without Law or Governing Without Government? New-ish Governance and the Legitimacy of the EUScott, Colin
2003IntroductionScott, Colin
2002Learning curve at IoD centre for corporate governanceBrennan, Niamh
2012Non-Judicial Enforcement of Transnational Private RegulationScott, Colin
2012Ordering Things: The Irish State Administration DatabaseHardiman, NiamhScott, Colin
2014Outside looking in: Non-accession to the WTOBrazys, Samuel
2007Re-thinking Regulatory Governance for the Age of BiotechnologyScott, Colin