The IIIS was established in 2002 to promote research and learning about the many dimensions of global and European integration, its dynamics, impacts and governance.
IIIS research is clustered around a number of themes and is undertaken through a network of internal and external Research Associates.
IIIS Flagship Research:
- Growth and Adjustment Challenges for the Euro Area
IIIS Discussion Paper No. 427
- IS MUSEUM PERFORMANCE AFFECTED BY LOCATION AND INSTITUTION TYPE? MEASURING CULTURAL INSTITUTION EFFICIENCY THROUGH NON-PARAMETRIC TECHNIQUES
IIIS Discussion Paper No. 425
- Engaging with Arab aid donors: the DAC experience
IIIS Discussion Paper No. 424
- Cross-Border Financial Integration in Asia and the Macro-Financial Policy Framework
IIIS Discussion Paper No. 423
- Models of Agricultural Investment
IIIS Discussion Paper No. 422
- Full list of all Discussion Papers
- Wanderlust, 'a surf at lunchtime' and graduate mobility
The latest report, published in The Irish Times on 15 April, from the Learning from Poland/Irish Abroad Study (by Department of Sociology and IIIS) reflects on a recent fieldtrip to London, Sydney and Melbourne and advertises an important Graduate Survey. The Learning from Poland project looks at the strategies of Irish graduates in overseas labour markets and compares these with the strategies of young Poles entering the Irish labour market in the 2000s.
- 5th June European Identities, Migration and Belonging: Perspectives from Critical Discourse Studies by Prof Ruth Wodak (Lancaster)
- 12th June The Eurovision Song Contest and the Performance of Europe by Prof Brian Singleton (TCD)
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