ADMINISTRATION: Journal of the Institute of Public Administration, vol. 51, Nos. 1/2, 2003: Ireland develops: administration and social policy 1953-2003.

By: Fanning, Bryan (editor) | McNamara, Tony (editor)Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2003Subject(s): social policy | Ireland | social administration | economic planning | Celtic Tiger | economic development | health | voluntary sector | social security | social welfare | social changeDDC classification: JIS
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Constructing Irish social policy, Bryan Fanning; Some problems of public enterprise: public enterprise in a free economy, Patrick Lynch; Economic development and planning: book review, P.W. Ryan; The changing social structure, David B. Rottman and Philip J. O'Connell; Economic planning: lessons of the past and future prospects, John Bradley; Life after debt, John D. FitzGerald; Planning and the civil service, Stephen Lalor; Towards a corporate state? Sean Lemass and the realignment of interest groups in the policy process 1948-64, Gary Murphy; The Celtic Tiger, inequality and social partnership, Kieran Allen; The Irish hospital: an outline of its origins and development, J. A. Robins; Against the tide: Book review, Ruth Barrington; The voluntary sector and the personal social services, M.J. Duffy; Two-speed public and private medical practice in the Republic of Ireland, W.P. Tormey; Social security and informal caring: an Irish perspective, Mel Cousins; Consumerism in the health services, Tim O'Sullivan; Women in the civil service, Neans de Paor; Commission on the Status of Women: progress report, Thekla Beere; Protecting Irish children in time: child abuse as a social problem and the development of the child protection system in the Republic of Ireland, Harry Ferguson; Social policy in modern Ireland, James Kavanagh; Ireland in crisis: a study of capitalist colonial development: Book Review, Tom Garvin; Understanding contemporary Ireland: state, class and development in the Irish Republic: book review, Ann Lavan; The politics of conviviality: voluntary workfare and the right to useful employment, George Taylor; Democracy and the constitution, Seamus O Cinneide.

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