- Trinity Politics Department rated 31st best in the world
In the 2013 QS Subject Rankings for 'Politics and International Studies' published in May 2013, Trinity College Dublin was rated number 31 in the world, number 8 in Europe, and number 1 in Ireland. Commenting on this achievement, head of department Prof Michael Gallagher said 'This is a tribute to the quality and commitment of the strong academic team in the department, and helps to explain why admission to our undergraduate, masters and PhD programmes is so competitive'.
- Assistant Professor Tara Mitchell awarded Denis Conniffe Prize
The Department of Economics would like to congratulate Assistant Professor Tara Mitchell who recently won the Denis Conniffe award for best paper presented by a young economist at the Irish Economics Association Annual Conference. The title of the paper was 'Middlemen, Bargaining and Price Information: Is Knowledge Power?'
- Former President of the European Parliament Pat Cox and TCD Economist Antoin Murphy speak on British and Irish Relations in a Changing EU
A lecture on British and Irish relations in a changing EU was given by the former President of the European Parliament, Pat Cox, Trinity College, Professor Emeritus, Antoin Murphy, and Director of the Centre for European Reform, Charles Grant at the Embassy of Ireland in London on Thursday, May 2nd.
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