Professor P.J. Drudy
Economics of Less Developed Countries 2004-05
B.Comm. (N.U.I.), B.A. (N.U.I.), M.Econ.Sc. (N.U.I.),
M.A. (Dubl. Cantab.), Ph.D. (Cantab.), F.T.C.D.
1967-69 Senior Research Assistant, Social
Sciemces Research Centre, National University of Ireland,
1969-75 Junior Research Officer, Department
of Land Economy,
University of Cambridge
1971-80 Fellow of St Edmund's
College, University of Cambridge
1975-80 Lecturer in Economics,
Land Economy, University of Cambridge
1980-85 Lecturer in Economics,
Trinity College, Dublin
1983-92 Tutor, Trinity College,
1985-96 Senior Lecturer in
Economics, Trinity College, Dublin
1988 Visiting Fellow, St.
Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
1990 Fellow of Trinity College,
Co-Founder and Co- Director , Centre for Urban and Regional
1992-95 Senior Dean, Trinity
1995-98 Bursar, Trinity College,
1996 Associate Professor of
Economics, Trinity College, Dublin
1998-03 Director, Centre for
Educational Access and Community
Development, Trinity College, Dublin
Junior Freshman, Introduction to Economic Policy
Junior Sophister, Environmental and Urban Economics
Junior Sophister, Economics of Less Developed Countries
Masters and Ph.D supervision
London School of Economics
University of Zambia
National University of Ireland, University College, Dublin
Dublin City University
University of Limerick
University of Ulster
Economic and social change in urban areas
Urban and regional policy in the European Union
Regional incomes and costs of living in Ireland
An Evaluation of Policies for People with Learning Difficulties
Has served on numerous Committees and bodies concerned with
educational, financial, planning and development matters.
These include the Regional Studies Association (Treasurer),
Irish Branch of the Regional Studies Association (Chairman),
the Management Committee of Regional Studies, Journal of
the Regional Studies Association (Chairman), the Board of
the European Institute for Comparative Urban Research, the
European Economics Association, Dublin Docklands Development
Authority, Board of the Urban Institute (joint UCD/TCD initiative),
the Board of Trinity College and numerous other Committees.
Has acted as a consultant and adviser to a variety of public
and voluntary bodies. These include the European Commission,
the British Department of the Environment, Bord Iascaigh
Mhara, Dublin Chamber of Commerce, South Dublin Chamber
of Commerce and Dublin Regional Authority.
The Galway Gaeltacht Survey, joint author,
SSRC, Galway, (1971)
'Towards a Development Programme
for Remote Rural Areas: A Case Study in North Norfolk',
Regional Studies, Vol.5, No.4, 1971,
pp. 281-288, (joint author).
Introduction to the Theory of Production
and Investment Appraisal in Agriculture, Research
Paper No. 7, Social Sciences Research Centre, University
College, Galway, 1972, 40pp.
'The Social Problems of Rural Communities',
in The Common Agricultural Policy and Britain, edited by
S.J. Rogers and B. Davey, Saxon House, 1973 (joint author),
'Land Use in Britain and Ireland',
Anglo-Irish Studies, Vol.1, 1975, pp.105-116.
Regional and Rural Development : Essays
in Theory and Practice, Alpha Academic Books, (1976)
Water Planning and the Regions, Proceedings
of a Regional Studies Association Conference, London,
1977 (Editor), 48pp.
'Problems of Development in Remote
Rural Regions: Case Studies in Britain and Ireland,
Anglo-Irish Studies, Vol. 3, 1977 (joint author), pp. 56-70.
'Depopulation in a Prosperous Agricultural
Sub-Region, 1951-1971', Regional Studies, Vol.12,
No.1, 1978, pp. 49-60.
'Community Aspirations and Population
Mobility', in Social Issues in Rural Norfolk,
edited by M. J. Moseley, Centre for East Anglian Studies,
Norwich, 1978, pp. 1-11.
'Population Mobility and Labour
Supply in Rural Regions', Regional Studies,
Vol.13, No.1, 1979 (joint author), pp.91-99.
Ireland : Land, Politics and People,
Cambridge University Press (1982), Editor, 331pp.
Ireland and the European Community
, joint Editor with Dermot McAleese, Cambridge University
Press (1984), 269pp
The Irish in America : Emigration, Assimilation
and Impact (1985), Editor, 359pp.
Ireland and Britain since 1922 (1986),
'The Impact of Factory Development
on Employment in Mid-Wales',
Urban Studies, Vol. 24, No. 5, 1987 (joint author), pp.
'The Economic Implications of Concentration
in the Eastern Region', in Concentration: The
New Pale?, edited by N. O'Carroll,
Mid-West Regional Development Organisation, 1987, pp.43-58.
'The Preservation of Amenities
and the Compensation Problem', in The Book
of Dun Laoghaire, edited by S. Cannon, Warner Lambert Ireland,
Dublin, 1987, pp. 138-141.
Regional Policy and National Development,
Regional Studies Association, London 1987 (Joint Editor),
'Growth Town Employment in Mid-Wales
Revisited ', Urban Studies,
Vol. 25, 1988, pp. 532-537, (joint author).
'Dublin', in The City
: The Engine of Economic Recovery, edited by Leo Klaassen
and Leo van den Berg, Gower, 1989, pp. 112-128.
'Problems and Priorities in the
Development of Rural Regions', in Regional
Policy at the Crossroads : European Perspectives, edited
by Louis Albrecht and Peter Roberts, Kingsley, London, 1989,
pp. 125-141. Reprinted by the Hungarian Academy of Sciencesin
'Development in Mid-Wales : A Comment',
Urban Studies, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1990, pp. 441-448, (joint
'The Regional Impact of Overseas
Industry' in Overseas Industry in Ireland,
edited by A. Foley and D. McAleese, Gill and Macmillan,
Dublin, 1991, pp.152-169.
'Demographic and Economic Change
in Dublin in Recent Decades', in Crisis in
Dublin, edited by Andrew MacLaran, Trinity College Papers
in Geography, Dublin, 1991, pp. 17-25.
'Road Congestion : Some Simple
Economic Principles', in Transport in Dublin
: Policy and Practice, edited by J. O'Sullivan, An Taisce,
Dublin, 1991, pp. 17-19.
Industrial Property Development in Dublin,
1960-1991 Sherry Fitzgerald and CURS, Dublin, 1991, 18 pp.
'Advance Factories in Peripheral
Areas : The Case of Mid-Wales' in Spatial Policy
in a Divided Nation, edited by R.T. Harrison and M. Hart,
Kingsley, London, 1993, pp. 108-125, (joint author).
Dublin : Economic and Social Trends,
Volume 1, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, Trinity
College, Dublin, 1994, 40 pp. (joint author).
Ireland : A Region of the European Union,
European Commission, Brussels, 1994, 16 pp.
'From Protectionism to Enterprise:
A Review of Irish Industrial Policy', in Andrew
E. Burke (ed.), Enterprise and the Irish Economy, Dublin,
Oak Tree Press, 1995,
Dublin : Economic and Social Trends
(ed with Andrew MacLaran), Vol. 2, Centre for Urban
and Regional Studies, Trinity College Dublin, 1996, (joint
Editor), 57 pp.
Towards and Development Strategy for
South Dublin, South Dublin Chamber of Commerce,
Dublin, 1997, (with Michael Punch), 102 pp.
Dublin Docklands Area Master Plan,
Dublin Docklands Development Authority, 1997, (joint author
with L. Bradshaw et al.), 202 pp
Economic and Social Structure and Incomes
: Dublin and the Regions, Dublin Regional Authority, Dublin,
'Ireland' in Frans
Somers (ed.), European Union Economies, Third Edition, Addison
Wesley Longman, London, 1998, pp. 182-200.
'Economic and Social Structure in Dublin and
the Mid-East: Towards a Sustainable Development Strategy'
(with M. Punch), in J. Meldon (ed.), Learning Sustainability
by Doing : Sustainability and the Regions, An Taisce and
the European Commission, Dublin, 1998, pp. 73-86.
'Dublin Docklands: The Way Forward',
in J. Killen and A. MacLaran (eds), Dublin: Contemporary
Issues and Trends, Geographical Society of Ireland and CURS,
1999, pp. 35-47.
The Regional Problem and Urban Disadvantage,
Trinity Economics Papers, Trinity College, Dublin, 1999,
Housing: A New Approach, Report
of the Housing Commission, Irish Labour Party, 1999, 45
'Economic Restructuring, Urban
Change and Development : The Case of Dublin',
Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of
Ireland, Vol. 29, 1999/2000. (joint author)
Dublin: Economic and Social Trends
(with Andrew MacLaran), Vol. 3, 2001, Dublin, Centre for
Urban and Regional Studies, Trinity College, (with Andrew
MacLaran), 60 pp.
'Housing and Inequality'
in Rich and Poor : Perspectives on Tackling Inequality,
edited by Sara Cantillon et al., Oak Tree Press, 2001,
(with Michael Punch), pp. 237-264.
'Housing Models and Inequality
: Perspectives on Recent Irish Experience',
Housing Studies, (with Michael Punch), Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 657-672
'Housing Models and Housing Rights: A Framework for Discussion', in Housing Rights: A New Agenda, Threshold and CURS, Dublin, 2002, pp. 1-14, (with Michael Punch).
'Housing: A Home or a Commodity? The Challenge for Policy', Building Material, Journal of the Architectural Association of Ireland, Vol 12, Autumn 2004, pp 58-63
'Dublin: Economic and Social Trends', Vol 4, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, Trinity College Dublin, 2004, pp.60