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The Whitaker Institute Podcast Channel features a series of interviews and seminars on Innovation and Societal Change.

Panel Discussion in Response to Colin Murphy’s Speech at the ’10 Years On’ Conference

A panel of experts reacts to Colin Murphy’s speech, including: Stephen Collins, former Political Editor, The Irish Times; Professor Kate Kenny, Queen’s University Belfast; Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh, Emeritus Professor of History, NUI Galway; and Fiona Ross, Chair, CIÉ. The panel is chaired by Professor Daniel Carey, Director of the Moore Institute, NUI Galway.    … | Read on »

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Panel Discussion in Response to Patrick Honohan’s Speech on the Banking Crisis at the ’10 Years On’ Conference

A panel of experts reacts to Patrick Honohan’s speech, including: Angela Knight CBE, former Chief Executive, British Bankers’ Association; Professor John McHale, Dean, College of Business, Public Policy & Law, NUI Galway; Frances Ruane, former Director, Economic and Social Research Institute. The panel is chaired by NUI Galway President, Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh.  

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Panel Discussion in Response to Jim O’Leary ‘How (Not) To Do Public Policy’

Expert speakers respond to Jim O’Leary’s talk and report: Josephine Feehily, Chairperson, Policing Authority and former Chairman, Revenue Commissioners; Maria Graham, Assistant Secretary, Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government; Eamon Ryan TD, Leader of the Green Party; Don Thornhill, former Secretary General, Department of Education and Science.  

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Dr. Stephen Hynes – The Relevancy of Marine and Environmental Economics in a World of Ever Increasing Natural Resource Constraints

In this podcast Dr. Stephen Hynes, scientific director in the Whitaker Institute, discusses his own area of research in marine and environmental economics and policy and the broader work of the Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit in the Whitaker Institute. He reflects on why he first developed a passion for this area of research and why… | Read on »

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