Professor Frank Barry

Professor Frank Barry

Chair-Intl. Business & Development, Trinity Business School

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Biography

Frank Barry is Professor of International Business & Economic Development at the Trinity Business School and a member of the Royal Irish Academy. He has held positions at the Universities of Stockholm, California and New South Wales, and with the Harvard Institute for International Development. He has acted as a consultant for the World Bank, the European Commission, the African Economic Research Consortium, and various Irish and UK government agencies. His current research interests are in the fields of foreign direct investment and economic and business history.

Publications and Further Research Outputs

  • Barry, Frank, and Mícheál O Fathartaigh, The Industrial Development Authority, 1949-58: establishment, evolution and expansion of influence, Irish Historical Studies, 39, (155), 2015, p460 - 478Journal Article, 2015, URL
  • Research capacity building in Africa:perceived strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats impacting on the doctoral training for development programme in Africa. in, editor(s)Louis Brennan , Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, pp43 - 53, [Uduma O, Glavey S, Doyle S, Hennessy M, Barry F, Jones M, MacLachlan M]Book Chapter, 2014, URL
  • Frank Barry, Celtic Tiger in Collapse: Explaining the Weaknesses of the Irish Model (review of Kirby), Enterprise & Society, 2011Journal Article, 2011, URL
  • Frank Barry, In Search of the Promised Land: The Politics of Post-War Ireland (review of Murphy), Irish Political Studies, 2011Journal Article, 2011
  • , 15 Learning lessons from Ireland"s economic development, A History of Irish Economic Thought, 2010Journal Article, 2010
  • , Ireland"s Inward FDI over the Recession and Beyond, Institute for International Integration Studies Discussion Paper Series, IIISDP, 2010Journal Article, 2010
  • , Ireland--industrial competitiveness in a small open economy (NIRSA) Working Paper Series, 2009Journal Article, 2009
  • , Ireland--industrial competitiveness in a small open economy (NIRSA) Working Paper Series. No. 44, 2009Journal Article, 2009
  • , Agricultural interests and Irish trade policy over the last half-century: a tale told without recourse to heroes, 2009Journal Article, 2009
  • , Agricultural interests and Irish trade policy over the last half-century, IBIS Working Paper, 2009Journal Article, 2009
  • , Postcolonial ireland and zimbabwe: Stagnation before convergence, Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS) Discussion paper, 2009Journal Article, 2009
  • , Porter"s diamond and small nation s in the global economy: Ireland as a case study, HANDBOOK ON SMALL NATIONS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY, 2009Journal Article, 2009
  • Cassidy, J., Barry, F., van Egeraat, C., Porter's diamond and small nations in the global economy: Ireland as a case study, Handbook on Small Nations in the Global Economy: The Contribution of Multinational Enterprises to National Economic Success, 2009, p50-86Journal Article, 2009, URL
  • , Foreign Direct Investment, Industrial Policy and the Emergence of an Irish Indigenous Software Cluster, Trinity College Dublin, September, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , Review of" Interrogating Irish Policies" by William Kingston, The Economic and Social Review, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , The Irish Pharmaceutical Industry over the Boom Period and Beyond (NIRSA) Working Paper Series. No. 39, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , Book review: Interrogating Irish policies/by William Kingston. Dublin: Dublin University Press, 2007., Vol. XX, No. XX, Issue, Year, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , 6. A comparative analysis of the development of venture capital in the Irish software cluster1, Entrepreneurship in Emerging Regions Around the World: Theory, Evidence and Implications, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , 5. Institutional Capacity and the Celtic Tiger Economy: Ireland in Comparative Perspective, The Shadow Economy, Corruption and Governance, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • Frank Barry, Clare O'Mahony, Regime Change in 1950s Ireland, Irish Economic and Social History, 2017, p033248931772140Journal Article, 2017, DOI
  • Barry, F., The Central Bank's harmonised competitiveness indicators: Users beware, Administration, 65, (4), 2017, p73-82Journal Article, 2017, URL
  • Frank Barry, Linda Barry, Aisling Menton, Tariff-jumping foreign direct investment in protectionist era Ireland, Economic History Review, 69, (4), 2016, p1285-1308Journal Article, 2016, DOI
  • Business in, editor(s)W. Roche, P. O'Connell and A. Prothero , Austerity and Recovery in Ireland: Europe's Poster Child and the Great Recession, Oxford and New York, Oxford University Press, 2016, pp62--84 , [Frank Barry, Adele Bergin]Book Chapter, 2016
  • Implications for International Business of Separatist Movements: The Case of Scottish Independence in, editor(s)P Konara, Y Ha, F McDonald, Y Wei, C.P.C Pettit, P Dunleavy , The rise of multinationals from emerging economies, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, pp28--50 , [Frank McDonald, Frank Barry, Nigel Driffield, Brad MacKay, Duncan Ross, Alan Rugman, Stephen Young]Book Chapter, 2015
  • , European Unemployment: Macroeconomic Aspects. Unemployment in the EU Periphery: Problems and Prospects, 1997Journal Article, 1997
  • , An examination of the" expansionary fiscal contraction" hypothesis, 1992Journal Article, 1992
  • , Declining industries and monopoly unions: a further argument against protection, 1995Journal Article, 1995
  • , 17. The most FDI-intensive economy in Europe: analysis of the Irish experience and current policy issues, Foreign Direct Investment in Europe: A Changing Landscape, 2007Journal Article, 2007
  • , An optimizing approach to factor and production subsidies in a small open economy with classical unemployment, 1984Journal Article, 1984
  • , 4. EMU and the Cohesion Process, Economic Policy in the European Union: Current Perspectives, 1999Journal Article, 1999
  • , Openness, the Phillips curve and the cost of relinquishing the currency, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , MULTINATIONALSANDTRAI NING: SOMEEVIDENCEFROMIRISH MANUFACTURINGINDUSTRI ES, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • , Royal Economic Society, The Economic Journal, 1997Journal Article, 1997
  • , [Besprechung von:] Malinvaud, Edmond: Profitability and unemployment. Cambridge 1980, The Canadian journal of economics, 1985Journal Article, 1985
  • , Industrialisation strategies: lessons from the Irish experience, Paper presented at the University of Birmingham's School of Public Policy, November 1989, 1990Journal Article, 1990
  • , Book review: The politics of high-tech growth: developmental network states in the global economy/by Sean O Riain. Cambridge University Press. 2004., Vol. XX, No. XX, Issue, Year, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , Le multinazionali nell'economia mondiale, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , Labour market performance in the EU periphery: lessons and implications, 1994Journal Article, 1994
  • , The Eastward Shift of Computer Hardware Production: How Ireland Adjusted (NIRSA) Working Paper Series, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC STUDIES, Institute for International Economic Studies, 1984Journal Article, 1984
  • , Multinationals and Indigenous Employment: An, Irish Disease, 1995Journal Article, 1995
  • , Structures and Institutions of Good Governance: A View from Ireland, 2007Journal Article, 2007
  • , FDI and industrial structure in Ireland, Spain, Portugal and the UK: Some preliminary results, Annual Conference on the European Economy, ISEG, Lisbon, 1999Journal Article, 1999
  • , Foreign Direct Investment and the Economy of Ireland: Some Current Issues, Unpublished paper. Dublin: University College Dublin. Accessed at http://www. oenb. at/de/img/barry_tcm14-49104. pdf, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , Does EMU Make Sense For Europe?, 1997Journal Article, 1997
  • , Unemployment in the EU periphery: problems and prospects, 1997Journal Article, 1997
  • , Comment on" Dangers for Ireland of an EMU without the UK: some calibration results" by Frank Barry, 1998Journal Article, 1998
  • , The rationale for subsiding jobs in a fully-employed economy, Irish Banking Review, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , A theoretical growth model for Ireland, Economic and Social Review, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , Fiscal Policy in a small open Economy, Journal of International Economics, 1987Journal Article, 1987
  • , Notes on the "Race to the Bottom" and the Corporation-Tax Harmonisation Debate, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , Expansionary Fiscal Contraction in an Overlapping Generations Economy, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , Declining high-wage industries and structural adjustment policy, 1989Journal Article, 1989
  • , The evolution of Zambia's macroeconomic crisis, 1970-90, Crisis, 1990Journal Article, 1990
  • , Two papers on supply-side employment policies, 1987Journal Article, 1987
  • , Trade with developing countries: does it increase income inequality in the North?, Development, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , EIB, EIB Papers, 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • , SEAN O RIAIN-The Politics of High-Tech Growth: Developmental Network States in the Global Economy, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL REVIEW, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , Ray MacSharry and Padraic White, Celtic Tiger: The Inside Story of Ireland's Boom Economy, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL REVIEW, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • , MNEs and Industrial Structure in Host Countries: A Mean Variance Analysis of Ireland"s Manufacturing Sector, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , Optimal factor and production subsidies under classical unemployment, 1991Journal Article, 1991
  • , International Capital Mobility, Infrastructure and the Effects of Labour Migration, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , Government policy in a small open economy with classical unemployment and a variable capital stock, 1985Journal Article, 1985
  • , The economic appraisal system for projects seeking support, Journal of Economics, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • Frank Barry, Peripherality in economic geography and modern growth, World Economy, 19, (3), 1996, p345-365Journal Article, 1996
  • , From Periphery to Core?: Foreign Direct Investment, Cost Competitiveness and the Transformation of the Irish Economy, Trade and Industrial Policy Secretariat Annual Forum on Growth and Investment, South Africa, 1999Journal Article, 1999
  • , Market liberalisation, monetary stabilisation and foreign debt, International Economics, 1992Journal Article, 1992
  • , Alan Barrett Ide Kearney Martin O"Brien, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , Special Issue: EMU and Cohesion, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • , The Analytics of Regional and Small-open-economy Macromodels with Applications to Ireland and Scotland, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , THE ECONOMIC-DEVELOPMENT OF IRELAND IN THE 20TH-CENTURY-KENNEDY, KA, GIBLIN, T, MCHUGH, D, 1988Journal Article, 1988
  • , Irish Competition Policy, CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS, 1998Journal Article, 1998
  • , A Note on Transfer Pricing and the RandD Intensity of Irish Manufacturing, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , The internationalisation, European Investment Bank Papers, 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • , The state, venture capital and domestic high-tech start-ups in an late-development economy: Ireland, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , On Comparative and Absolute Advantage: FDI and the Structural and Spatial Effects of Market Integration, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , La sustitución de monedas en CentroaméricaAbstractsResúmenesReunión Latinoamericana de la Sociedad Econométrica, 1988Journal Article, 1988
  • , DP3380 FDI, Infrastructure and the Welfare Effects of Labour Migration, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , Ireland as Productivity Bridge between the US and the EU, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , European Unemployment: Macroeconomic Aspects, 1997Journal Article, 1997
  • , THE NATURE OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN BRITAIN-STUDIES OF THE DHSS COHORT-NICKELL, S, NARENDRANATHAN, W, STERN, J, GARCIA, J, 1990Journal Article, 1990
  • , The Effect of Payroll Taxes in the Monopoly Union Model: Lemmas and a Corollary, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , Papers and proceedings of the Irish Economic Association Eleventh Annual Conference, Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, 4-6 April, 1997, 1997Journal Article, 1997
  • , Politics, Institutions and Post-War Economic Growth in Ireland, University College Dublin, IEHC, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , Current"account targeting and the equilibrium approach to, Policy, 1992Journal Article, 1992
  • Frank Barry, Agribusiness and Idle Land, Trócaire Development Review, 4, 1988, p37-50Journal Article, 1988
  • , Regional characteristics, monetary union and regional income volatility, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , Adjustment costs, international capital mobility and patterns of specialization in the open economyAbstractsResúmenesReunión Latinoamericana de la Sociedad Econométrica, 1988Journal Article, 1988
  • , The Eastward Shift of Computer Hardware Production: How Ireland Adjusted (NIRSA) Working Paper Series. No. 27, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH, 1990Journal Article, 1990
  • , " Crowding out effects of government spending": a comment, 1992Journal Article, 1992
  • , Product Characteristics and the Growth of FDI in the 21st Century, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , Book Review-" The Politics of High-Tech Growth: Developmental Network States in the Global Economy" by Séan Ó Riain, The Economic and Social Review, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , PROFITABILITY AND UNEMPLOYMENT-MALINVAUD, E, 1985Journal Article, 1985
  • , A portfolio analysis of industrial structure, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • , Book Review-The Making of the Celtic Tiger-The Inside Story of Ireland"s Boom Econom by Ray MacSharry and Padraic White, The Economic and Social Review, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • , DP2907 Foreign Direct Investment, Agglomerations and Demonstration Effects: An Empirical Investigation, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , Current-account targeting and the equilibrium approach to fiscal policy, 1992Journal Article, 1992
  • , Openness and the Cost of Relinquishing the Exchange Rate, 1998Journal Article, 1998
  • , " Dangers for Ireland of an EMU without the UK": a reply to John FitzGerald, 1998Journal Article, 1998
  • , Team Aer Lingus and Irish Steel: An application of the declining high-wage industries literature, Irish Journal of Management, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , The EU Dimension to Recent Irish Growth: The Single Market and the Structural Funds, 1998Journal Article, 1998
  • , Technology Sourcing FDI, Offshoring of R&D facilities and National Systems of Innovation, 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • , Market liberalisation, monetary stabilisation and foreign debt: did Australia get it wrong in the 1980s?, 1992Journal Article, 1992
  • , Aggregate-supply, aggregate-demand, and structural factors in recent Irish unemployment, 1990Journal Article, 1990
  • , Adjustment costs, international capital mobility and patterns of specialization in the open economy, Reunión Latinoamericana de la Sociedad Econométrica,, San José (Costa Rica), 2-5 Ago 1988, 1988Journal Article, 1988
  • , The decline of the computer hardware sector: how Ireland adjusted, Quarterly Economic Commentary, 2008Journal Article, 2008
  • , Will EU Enlargement Threaten Ireland's Foreign Direct Investment Inflows, Quarterly Economic Commentary, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , The aggregate employment flows in Irish manufacturing, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , FDI and Irish economic development over four stages of European integration, Dublin: University College Dublin. Unpublished manuscript, 2006Journal Article, 2006
  • , A note on transfer pricing and the R&D intensity of Irish manufacturing, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , The eastward shift of computer hardware production: how Ireland adjusted, presentation to conference on Relocation of Production and Jobs to CEECs: Who Gains and Who Loses, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , On Comparative and Absolute Advantage: FDI and the Sectoral and Spatial Effects of Market Integration, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , FDI and Structural Convergence in the EU Periphery, CORE Université Catholique de Louvain (mimeo), 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , FDI and the Predictive Powers of Revealed Comparative Advantage Indicators, unpublished ms, available at: http://www. ucd. ie/" economic/staff/barry/fdi. html, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , Education, industrial change and unemployment in Ireland, 1996Journal Article, 1996
  • , Services FDI and offshoring into Ireland, Panel session on ICT-enabled offshoring: Country experience and business perspectives, held as part of the June 2005 meeting of the OECD Working Party on the Information Economy, OECD, Paris, 2005Journal Article, 2005
  • , EU accession and prospective FDI flows to CEE countries: A view from Ireland, Foreign direct investment in the real and financial sector of industrial countries, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • , The macroeconomics of government budget cuts: can fiscal contractions be expansionary?, Deficit Reduction: What Pain, What Gain, 1994Journal Article, 1994
  • , EU enlargement and the Portuguese economy, The World Economy, 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • , 6. Fiscal policy in EMU, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , EU Accession and FDI flows to CEE countries: Lessons from the Irish experience, Conference on Foreign Direct Investment in the Real and Financial Sector of Industrial Countries, Bundesbank, Eltville am Rhein, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , Foreign direct investment, infrastructure and the welfare effects of labour migration, The Manchester School, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , EU accession and prospective FDI flows to CEE countries: A view from Ireland, Europe, 2002Journal Article, 2002
  • , Irish growth in historical and theoretical perspective, Understanding Ireland"s Economic Growth, London: Macmillan, 1999Journal Article, 1999
  • , The Czech economic transition, Economics of Transition, 2003Journal Article, 2003
  • , The'expansionary fiscal contraction'hypothesis: A neo-Keynesian analysis, Oxford Economic Papers, 1995Journal Article, 1995
  • , The single market, the structural funds and Ireland's recent economic growth, JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 2001Journal Article, 2001
  • , Export-platform foreign direct investment: the Irish experience, EIB papers, 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry, F., The Emergence of Ireland's ICT Clusters: The Role of Foreign Direct Investment, Cluster Genesis: Technology-Based Industrial Development, 2007Journal Article, 2007
  • Barry, F., The most fdi-intensive economy in Europe: Analysis of the irish experience and current policy issues, Foreign Direct Investment in Europe: A Changing Landscape, 2007, p247-257Journal Article, 2007
  • Frank Barry, Irish Growth in Historical and Theoretical Perspective, Understanding Ireland"s Economic Growth, 1999, p25--44Journal Article, 1999
  • Barry, F., "Dangers for Ireland of an EMU without the UK": A reply to John Fitz Gerald, Economic and Social Review, 29, (1), 1998, p103-106Journal Article, 1998
  • Frank Barry, Tom Garvin, Democracy from What Point?, The Irish Review (1986-), (20), 1997, p157Journal Article, 1997
  • Barry, F., Declining high-wage industries, efficient labour contracts, and optimal adjustment assistance | Industries à hauts salaires en déclin, contrats de travail efficients et assistance optimale aux fins d'ajustement, Canadian Journal of Economics, 28, (SPEC. ISS.), 1995Journal Article, 1995
  • Barry, F., Devereux, M.B., The 'expansionary fiscal contraction' hypothesis: A neo-keynesian analysis, Oxford Economic Papers, 47, (2), 1995, p249-264Journal Article, 1995
  • Frank G. Barry, Edmond Malinvaud, Profitability and Unemployment, The Canadian Journal of Economics, 18, (3), 1985, p682Journal Article, 1985
  • Barry, F., Topa, B., A comparative analysis of the development of venture capital in the irish software cluster, Entrepreneurship in Emerging Regions Around the World: Theory, Evidence and Implications, 2008, p185-205Journal Article, 2008
  • Frank Barry, The Irish Single-Currency Debate of the 1990s in Retrospect', Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, XLVI, 2017, p71-96Journal Article, 2017
  • Frank Barry, The leading manufacturing firms in the Irish Free State in 1929, Irish Historical Studies, 42, (162), 2018, p293-316Journal Article, 2018
  • The Life and Death of Protestant Businesses in Independent Ireland in, I. d'Alton and I. Milne , Protestant and Irish: the Minority's Search for Place in Independent Ireland, Cork, Cork University Press, 2019, pp155 - 170, [Frank Barry]Book Chapter, 2019
  • Barry, F, "Ireland and the changing global foreign direct investment landscape", Administration, 67, (3), 2019, p93-110Journal Article, 2019
  • Barry, F., and A. Devlin, "Protection versus Free Trade in the Free State Era: The Finance Attitude", Irish Economic and Social History, 46, (1), 2019, p3-21Journal Article, 2019
  • Barry, F, "Aggressive Tax Planning Practices and Inward-FDI Implications for Ireland of the New US Corporate Tax Regime", Economic and Social Review, 50, (2), 2019, p325-340Journal Article, 2019
  • Barry, F., and C. O'Mahony, "Pitfalls in the Use of Foreign Direct Investment Statistics", World Economy, 42, 2019, p2835-2853Journal Article, 2019
  • Barry, F., and A. Bergin, "Export Structure, FDI and the Rapidity of Ireland's Recovery from Crisis", Economic and Social Review, 50, (4), 2019, p707-724Journal Article, 2019
  • The Southern Unionist Business Community and the Economics of Home Rule and Secession in, editor(s)B. Hughes and C. Morrissey , Southern Irish Loyalism, 1912-1949, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 2020, pp95-114 , [Frank Barry]Book Chapter, 2020
  • Frank Barry and James Kennedy, An Assessment of R&D tax credits and their role towards innovation in Irish industry, Irish Journal of Management, 39, (1), 2020, p34-46Journal Article, 2020
  • Frank Barry, Xiaolu Sun and Benn F. Hogan, Brexit Damage Limitation: Tariff-Jumping FDI and the Irish Agri-Food Sector, Irish Journal of Management, 39, (1), 2020, p61-74Journal Article, 2020
  • Eoin Drea and Frank Barry, "A Reappraisal of Joseph Brennan and the Achievements of Irish Banking and Currency Policy 1922-43" , Financial History Review, 28, (1), 2021, p45 - 66Journal Article, 2021
  • Frank Barry, "Business Establishment Opposition to Southern Ireland's Exit from the United Kingdom", , Enterprise and Society, 23, (4), 2022, p984 - 1018Journal Article, 2022, DOI , TARA - Full Text
  • Frank Barry, Industry and Policy in Independent Ireland, 1922-1972, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2023, 1-232ppBook, 2023
  • G.B. Navaretti and A. Venables with Frank Barry and others, Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton and Oxford, Princeton University Press, 2004, 335ppBook, 2004
  • Strobl, E., P. Walsh and F. Barry, Aggregate Job Creation, Job Destruction and Job Turnover in the Irish Manufacturing Sector, Economic and Social Review, 29, 1998, p55 - 71Journal Article, 1998
  • Barry, F, Dangers for Ireland of an EMU without the UK: Some Calibration Results, Economic and Social Review, 28, 1997, p333 - 349Journal Article, 1997
  • Barry, F, Declining High-Wage Industries, Efficient Labour Contracts and Optimal Adjustment Assistance, Canadian Journal of Economics, 28, 1995, pS94 - S107Journal Article, 1995
  • Barry, F., and J. Bradley, FDI and Trade: The Irish Host-Country Experience, Economic Journal , 107, 1997, p1798 - 1811Journal Article, 1997, URL
  • Barry, F., and J. Bradley, On the Causes of Ireland's Unemployment, Economic and Social Review, 22, (4), 1991, p253 - 286Journal Article, 1991
  • Barry, F., Payroll Taxes, Capital Grants and Irish Unemployment, Economic and Social Review, 21, (1), 1989, p107 - 121Journal Article, 1989, URL
  • Barry, F, Peripherality in Economic Geography and Modern Growth Theory: Evidence from Ireland's Adjustment to Free Trade, World Economy, 19, (3), 1996, p345 - 365Journal Article, 1996
  • Barry, F., and M. Devereux, The Expansionary Fiscal Contraction Hypothesis: A Neo-Keynesian Analysis, Oxford Economic Papers, 47, 1995, p249 - 264Journal Article, 1995
  • Barry, F., J. Bradley and A. Hannan, The Single Market, The Structural Funds and Ireland's Recent Economic Growth, Journal of Common Market Studies, 39, 2001, p537 - 552Journal Article, 2001
  • Barry, F., and M. Devereux, Crowding Out Effects of Government Spending, Economic and Social Review, 23, (3), 1992, p199 - 221Journal Article, 1992
  • Barry, F., Fiscal Policy in a Small Open Economy with Unemployment and Capital Accumulation, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 87, (3), 1986, p474 - 486Journal Article, 1986
  • Barry, F., Taxation and the Choice of Employment Policy, Economic and Social Review, 20, (3), 1989, p189 - 199Journal Article, 1989
  • Barry, F., Third-Level Education, Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Boom in Ireland, International Journal of Technology Management, Special Issue on 'Science and Technology Manpower Policy: Issues of Current and Future Salience', 38, (3), 2007, p198 - 219Journal Article, 2007
  • Barry, F., Devereux, M., A Theoretical Growth Model for Ireland, Economic and Social Review, 37, (2), 2006, p245 - 262Journal Article, 2006
  • Barry, F. and C. Kearney, MNEs and Industrial Structure in Host Countries: A Portfolio Analysis of Irish Manufacturing, Journal of International Business Studies, 37, (3), 2006, p392 - 406Journal Article, 2006
  • Pavelin, S., and F. Barry, The Single Market and the Geographical Diversification of Leading Firms in the EU, Economic and Social Review, 36, (1), 2005, p1 - 17Journal Article, 2005
  • Barry, F., FDI, Transfer Pricing and the Measurement of R&D-Intensity, Research Policy, 34, (5), 2005, p673 - 681Journal Article, 2005
  • Barry F., Görg H. and Strobl E., Foreign Direct Investment and Wages in Domestic Firms in Ireland: Productivity Spillovers versus Labour-Market Crowding Out, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 12, (1), 2005, p67 - 84Journal Article, 2005
  • Barry F., Export Platform FDI: the Irish Experience, EIB Papers, 9, (2), 2004, p8 - 37Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry F. Curran D., Enlargement and the European Geography of the Information Technology Sector, World Economy, 27, (6), 2004, p901 - 922Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry F., Prospects for Ireland in an Enlarged EU, World Economy, 27, (6), 2004, p829 - 852Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry F., Crespo N. and Fontoura M.P., EU Enlargement and the Portuguese Economy, World Economy, 27, (6), 2004, p781 - 802Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry F., Enlargement and the EU Periphery - Introduction, World Economy, 27, (6), 2004, p753 - 759Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry F., Görg H. and Strobl E. , Multinationals and Training: Some Evidence from Irish Manufacturing Industries, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 51, (1), 2004Journal Article, 2004
  • Barry F., Hannan A. , Product Characteristics and the Growth of FDI, Transnational Corporations, 12, (1), 2003, p91 - 105Journal Article, 2003
  • Barry F., Begg I., EMU and Cohesion - Introduction, Journal of Common Market Studies, 41, (5), 2003, p781 - 796Journal Article, 2003
  • Barry F., Bradley J., Kejak M. and Vavra D., The Czech Economic Transition: Exploring Options using a Macrosectoral Model, Economics of Transition, 11, (3), 2003, p539 - 567Journal Article, 2003, URL
  • Barry F., Görg H. and Strobl E., Foreign Direct Investment, Agglomerations and Demonstration Effects: An Empirical Investigation, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, 139, (4), 2003, p583 - 600Journal Article, 2003
  • Barry F., Görg H. and McDowell A., Outward FDI and the Investment Development Path of a Late-Industrialising Economy: Evidence from Ireland, Regional Studies, 37, (4), 2003, p341 - 349Journal Article, 2003
  • Barry, F., Devereux, M., Expansionary Fiscal Contraction: A Theoretical Exploration, Journal of Macroeconomics, 25, (1), 2003, p1 - 23Journal Article, 2003
  • Barry F., FDI, Infrastructure and the Welfare Effects of Labour Migration, Manchester School, 70, (3), 2002, p364 - 379Journal Article, 2002
  • Barry F., Convergence is not Automatic: Lessons from Ireland for Central and Eastern Europe, World Economy, 23, (10), 2000, p1379 - 1394Journal Article, 2000
  • Barry F., Foreign Direct Investment, Cost Competitiveness and the Transformation of the Irish Economy, Development Southern Africa, 17, (3), 2000, p289 - 305Journal Article, 2000
  • Barry F., Government Consumption and Private Investment in Closed and Open Economies, Journal of Macroeconomics, 21, (1), 1999, p93 - 106Journal Article, 1999, URL
  • Barry F., Education, Economy and Society in Ireland: Editorial Introduction, Economic and Social Review, 30, (3), 1999, pv - ixJournal Article, 1999
  • Barry F., Exchange Rate Policy when the Labour Market Exhibits Hysteresis, Manchester School, 66, (5), 1998, p532 - 549Journal Article, 1998
  • Barry F., Dangers for Ireland of an EMU without the UK: A Reply to Fitz Gerald, Economic and Social Review, 29, (1), 1998, p103 - 106Journal Article, 1998
  • Barry F., Hannan A. , Multinationals and Indigenous Employment: An Irish Disease?, Economic and Social Review, 27, (1), 1995, p21 - 32Journal Article, 1995, URL
  • Barry F., Fiscal Policy in a Small Open Economy: An Integration of the Short-Run, Heckscher-Ohlin and Capital-Accumulation Models, Journal of International Economics, 22, 1987, p103 - 121Journal Article, 1987
  • Barry F., Profitability, Investment and Employment: A Survey of Recent Developments in Medium-Term Growth Theory, Economic and Social Review, 17, (3), 1986, p159 - 174Journal Article, 1986, URL
  • Barry, F., Economic Integration and Convergence Processes in the EU Cohesion Countries, Journal of Common Market Studies, 41, (5), 2003, p897 - 921Journal Article, 2003
  • Barry, F., Dangers for Ireland of an EMU without the UK: A Reply to Fitz Gerald, Economic and Social Review, 29, (1), 1998, p103 - 106Journal Article, 1998
  • Barry, F., A Note on the Employment Effects of Investment Subsidies, Economic and Social Review, 18, (4), 1987, p307 - 314Journal Article, 1987
  • Barry, F., J. Bradley and others (published under the collective title ESRI), Single Market Review 1996/Aggregate and Regional Effects: the cases of Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain, European Commission/Kogan Page, 1997Book, 1997
  • Frank Barry, Foreign Direct Investment and Institutional Co-Evolution in Ireland, Scandinavian Economic History Review, 55, (3), 2007, p262 - 288Journal Article, 2007
  • Frank Barry and Frank Walsh, Gains and Losses from Sectoral Relocation: A Review of Theory and Empirics, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 19, (1), 2008, p4 - 16Journal Article, 2008
  • Chris van Egeraat and Frank Barry, The Irish Pharmaceutical Industry over the Boom Period and Beyond, Irish Geography, 42, (1), 2009, p23 - 44Journal Article, 2009
  • Frank Barry, Social Partnership, Competitiveness and Exit from Fiscal Crisis, Economic and Social Review, 40, (1), 2009, p1 - 14Journal Article, 2009
  • FDI & labor markets, K. Reinert and R.S. Rajan (eds), Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2008, pp464 - 469, [Frank Barry]Item in dictionary or encyclopaedia, etc, 2008
  • Frank Barry, Michael King, Alan Matthews, Policy Coherence for Development: The State of Play in Ireland, Dublin, Institute for International Integration Studies, 2009, 1-215ppBook, 2009
  • Frank Barry, Politics and Fiscal Policy Under Lemass: A Theoretical Appraisal, Economic and Social Review, 40, (4), 2009, p393 - 406Journal Article, 2009
  • Peter Crooks, Archives in Crisis, History Ireland, 18, (3 May/June), 2010, p10 - 11Journal Article, 2010, URL
  • Frank Barry and Rosemary Healy-Rae, FDI Implications of Recent European Court of Justice Decisions on Corporation Tax Matters, European Business Organization Law Review, 11, (1), 2010, p125 - 146Journal Article, 2010, DOI , URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Frank Barry, Michael King and Alan Matthews, Policy Coherence for Development: Five Challenges , Irish Studies in International Affairs, 21, 2010, p207 - 223Journal Article, 2010
  • Frank Barry, The case against corporation tax harmonisation and tax-base consolidation: a view from Ireland, Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 16, 2010, p71 - 80Journal Article, 2010
  • Frank Barry and Mary E. Daly, Mr. Whitaker and Industry: Setting the Record Straight, Economic and Social Review, 42, (2), 2011, p159-168Journal Article, 2011
  • Frank Barry, Towards Improved Policymaking in Ireland: Contestability and the Marketplace for Ideas, Irish Journal of Public Policy, 3, (2), 2011, p11-17Journal Article, 2011
  • Frank Barry, Foreign investment and the politics of export profits tax relief, 1956, Irish Economic and Social History, 38 , 2011, p54-73Journal Article, 2011
  • RUANE, F, INDUSTRY AND ECONOMIC-DEVELOPMENT - THE CHALLENGE FOR THE LATECOMER - OMALLEY,E, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL REVIEW, 21, 1990, 241 - 244Miscellaneous, 1990
  • Barry, Frank; Bergin, Adele , Inward Investment and Irish Exports over the Recession and Beyond, The World Economy, 35, (10), 2012, p1291 - 1304Journal Article, 2012, DOI
  • Frank Barry, Clare O'Mahony and Beata Sax, Venture Capital in Ireland in Comparative Perspective, Irish Journal of Management, 32, (1), 2012, p1 - 26Journal Article, 2012, URL
  • Trade, Investment, Integration: the Economics of Irish Foreign Policy in, editor(s)B. Tonra, M. Kennedy, J. Doyle and N. Dorr , Irish Foreign Policy, Dublin, : Royal Irish Academy and Gill and Macmillan, 2012, pp184 - 202, [Frank Barry]Book Chapter, 2012
  • Irish Perceptions of the Great Depression in, editor(s)Michalis Psalidopoulos , The Great Depression in Europe: Economic Thought and Policy in a National Context, Athens, Alpha Bank Historical Archives, 2012, pp395 - 424, [Frank Barry and Mary E. Daly]Book Chapter, 2012, URL
  • Offshoring, Inward Investment and Export Performance in Ireland in, editor(s)A. Bardhan, D. M. Jaffee and C. A. Kroll , The Oxford Handbook of Offshoring and Global Employment, Oxford & New York, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp311 - 334, [Frank Barry and Adele Bergin]Book Chapter, 2013, DOI
  • Thomas K.J. McDermott, Frank Barry and Richard S.J. Tol), Disasters and Development: Natural Disasters, Credit Constraints, and Economic Growth, Oxford Economic Papers, 66, (3), 2014, p750 - 773Journal Article, 2014, URL
  • Brian M Lucey, Efficiency In The Foreign Exchange Market - An Application Of Cointegration, Economic and Social Review, 20, (1), 1988, p25 - 36Journal Article, 1988
  • Frank Barry, Politicians, the Bureaucracy and Economic Policymaking over Two Crises: the 1950s and Today, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, XL11, 2013, p81 - 88Journal Article, 2013, URL
  • Frank Barry, "Diversifying External Linkages: the Exercise of Irish Economic Sovereignty in Long-Term Perspective", Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 30, (2), 2014, p208-222Journal Article, 2014, DOI
  • Frank Barry, Mechanisms to Combat Policy Uncertainty and Instability in Indonesia: Lessons from Ireland and Other Best-Practice Countries, World Bank, 2005, 1-76Report, 2005
  • Frank Barry and Sanjaya Lall, The Philippines: Fostering Linkages between Multinational and Domestic Firms , Foreign Investment Advisory Service, 2005, 1-64Report, 2005
  • Frank Barry, European Union Regional Aid and Irish Economic Development, World Bank and UK DfID, 2005, 1-79Report, 2005
  • Frank Barry, Patrick Honohan and Tara McIndoe-Calder, Lost Decades: Postcolonial Ireland and Zimbabwe, Irish Studies in International Affairs, 25, 2014, p239-257Journal Article, 2014, URL
  • Frank Barry, Outward-Oriented Economic Development and the Irish Education System, Irish Educational Studies, 33, (2), 2014, p213-223Journal Article, 2014, DOI
  • Capital Flight, Safe Havens and Secrecy Jurisdictions in, editor(s)S. I. Ajayi and L. Ndikumana , Capital Flight from Africa: Causes, Effects and Policy Issues, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015, pp323-345 , [Frank Barry]Book Chapter, 2015, URL
  • John A. Murray, Competitiveness and Strategy, Address to the Irish Management Institute Conference, Limerick, Oct-96, 1996Conference Paper
  • Business in, editor(s)W. Roche, P. O'Connell and A. Prothero , Austerity and Recovery in Ireland: Europe's Poster Child and the Great Recession, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2017, pp62-84 , [Frank Barry and Adele Bergin]Book Chapter
  • Frank Barry, The Leading Manufacturing Firms in 1920s Dublin, Dublin Historical Record, 71, (1), 2018, p7-15Journal Article
  • Barry, Frank, Barry Project: Firm-Level Data on Irish Industrial History, Trinity College Dublin, 2023Dataset, URL , TARA - Full Text
  • Hutzler S, Research Seminar, University of Ulm, Germany, July, 2003Invited Talk
  • Barry, F., Understanding Ireland's Economic Growth, London and New York, Macmillan Press and St. Martin's Press, 1999Book
  • Barry F., Future Irish Growth: Opportunities, Catalysts, Constraints, ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary, 2005Journal Article
  • Barry F., and C. O'Mahony, Making Sense of the Data on Ireland's Inward FDI, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2005, p28 - 65Journal Article
  • Barry F., What makes states competitive? Lessons from the EU15 periphery, Baltic Economic Trends, 2, 2004Journal Article
  • Barry F., Comment on "Sensible Tax Policies in Open Economies", by James R. Hines, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2004, p37 - 39Journal Article
  • Barry F., Irish Economic Development over Three Decades of EU Membership, Czech journal Finance a Uver, special issue on Joining the EU - the Experience of Selected Current Members, 53, (9/10), 2003, p394 - 412Journal Article
  • Barry F., Tax Policy, FDI and the Irish Economic Boom of the 1990s, Economic Analysis and Policy, special issue on International Taxation and Foreign Investment, 33, (2), 2003, p221 - 236Journal Article
  • Barry F., Hannan A., Hudson E., and Kearney C., Competitiveness Implications for Ireland of EU Enlargement, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2003, p70 - 97Journal Article
  • Barry F., EU Enlargement and the Irish Economy, Irish Banking Review, 2003Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Murphy A. and Walsh B., The Rationale for Subsidising Jobs in a Fully-Employed Economy, Irish Banking Review, 2002Journal Article
  • Barry F., Comment on: The Computer Sector in Ireland, by John Bradley, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2002, p68 - 72Journal Article
  • Barry F., The Celtic Tiger Era: Delayed Convergence or Regional Boom?, Quarterly Economic Commentary, 2002, p84 - 91Journal Article
  • Barry F., Comment on: Irish Direct Investment in the US: Evidence and Further Issues, by Holger Gorg, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, XXX, 2001, p57 - 61Journal Article
  • Healy-Rae, R., and F. Barry, (ed: Donal de Buitléir), Who's Afraid of the ECJ? Implications of the European Court of Justice Decisions on Ireland's Corporation Tax Regime, Dublin, Institute of European Affairs and Irish Taxation Institute, 2007Book
  • Barry, F., and A. Hannan, Will Enlargement threaten Ireland's FDI Inflows?" , ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary, 2001Journal Article
  • Barry, F., with J. O'Dowd, The Age of Tribunals, Studies, 90 , (357), 2001, p58 - 69Journal Article
  • Barry, F., and N. Saravanamutto, Can the Rural Post Office Network be Saved?, Administration, 48, (4), 2000, p78 - 82Journal Article
  • Barry, F., How Ireland's Dramatic Economic Transformation Was Achieved: Lessons for South Africa, Trade and Industry Monitor - South Africa, (12), 1999, p2 - 5Journal Article
  • Barry, F., and N.F.R. Crafts, Some Comparative Aspects of Ireland's Economic Transformation, Irish Banking Review, 1999Journal Article
  • Barry, F., and J. Bradley, EMU and Northern Ireland: Strategic Implications, Irish Banking Review, 1999Journal Article
  • Barry, F., C. Harmon and J. Holt, Employment Effects of the Proposed Minimum Wage, Irish Banking Review, 1998, p11 - 19Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Has Trade with Developing Countries Raised Income Inequality in the North?, Trócaire Development Review, 1996, p51 - 63Journal Article
  • Barry, F., and J. Durkan, TEAM-Aer Lingus and Irish Steel: An Application of the Declining High-Wage Industries Literature, Irish Journal of Business and Administrative Research, 17, 1996, p58 - 72Journal Article
  • Barry, F., The Irish Recovery 1987-90; An Economic Miracle?, Irish Banking Review, 1991, p23 - 40Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Issues in the Analysis of Irish Unemployment, ESRI Medium-Term Review: 1991-1996, , 4, 1991, p103 - 112Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Terms of Trade Collapse and the Growth of Foreign Debt: Zambia's Macroeconomic Crisis, 1970-1990, Trócaire Development Review, 1991, p29 - 42Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Industrialisation Strategies for Developing Countries: Lessons from the Irish Experience, ODI Development Policy Review, 9, (1), 1991, p85 - 98Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Agribusiness and Idle Land: theory, with special reference to Guatemala, Trócaire Development Review, 4, 1988, p37 - 50Journal Article
  • Barry, F., Between Tradition and Modernity: Cultural Values and the Problems of Irish Society, The Irish Review, 2, 1987Journal Article
  • The Emergence and Evolution of Ireland's ICT Clusters in, editor(s)Pontus Braunerhjelm and Maryann Feldman , Cluster Genesis: Technology-Based Industrial Development, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Modeling Migration and Development in Economic History and Geography in, editor(s)F. Fodors and R. Langhammer , Labor Mobility and the World Economy, Berlin and New York, Springer-Verlag, 2006, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • FDI Inflows after EU Accession: Implications for Poland of the Irish Experience in, editor(s)P. Jaworski and T. Mickiewicz , Polish EU Accession in Comparative Perspective: Macroeconomics, Finance and the Government, London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 2006, [Barry, F., and T. Giblin]Book Chapter
  • Globalisation through the Lens of Irish History in, editor(s)M. Bne Saad and M. Leen , Trade, Aid and Development: Essays in Honour of Helen O'Neill, Dublin, UCD Press,, 2006, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • economic growth; foreign direct investment; free trade; economic development; indigenous industry; protectionism; single market; transnational corporations; small open economy; customs, excise, and tariff protection, The Encyclopaedia of Ireland, Dublin and New Haven , Gill and Macmillan and Yale University Press , 2003, [Barry, F.]Item in dictionary or encyclopaedia, etc
  • EU Regional Aid and Irish Economic Development in, editor(s)B. Funck and L. Pizzati , European Integration, Regional Policy and Growth, Washington DC, World Bank , 2003, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • EU Accession and Prospective FDI flows to CEE countries in, editor(s)H. Herrmann and R. Lipsey , Foreign Direct Investment in the Real and Financial Sector of Industrial Countries , Berlin and New York, Springer, 2003, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Economic Policy, Income Convergence and Structural Change in the EU Periphery in, editor(s)Henryk Kierzkowski , Europe and Globalisation, London, Palgrave-Macmillan, 2002, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Distorted Labour Markets and Revealed Comparative Advantage: A Note on the Single Market and the EU Periphery in, editor(s)W. Meeusen and J. Villaverde , Convergence Issues in the European Union, UK and USA, Edward Elgar, 2002, [Barry, F., and A. Hannan]Book Chapter
  • Fiscal Policy in EMU in, editor(s)E. Pentecost and A. van Poeck , European Monetary Integration, Aldershot, Edward Elgar, 2001, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Irish Fiscal Policy in EMU and the Brussels-Dublin Controversy in, Fiscal Policy in EMU: Report of the Swedish Committee on Stabilization Policy in EMU, Stockholm, Statens Offentliga Utredningar, 2001, [Barry, F., and J. Fitz Gerald]Book Chapter
  • The Impact of FDI on Industrial Structure: Ireland, the UK, Spain and Portugal Compared in, Recent Developments in the European Economy, (Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on the European Economy), Lisbon, CEDIN, 2000, pp175 - 199, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • The EU Dimension to EU-Periphery Growth: Ireland and Portugal Compared in, Questões de Economia Europeia, Lisbon, CEDIN, 1999, pp47 - 65, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • EMU and the Cohesion Process in, editor(s)W. Meeusen , Current Issues in European Economic Policy, Aldershot, Edward Elgar, 1999, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • The European Dimension: The Single Market and the Structural Funds in, editor(s)F. Barry , Understanding Ireland's Economic Growth, London: and New York , Macmillan Press and St. Martin's Press, 1999, [Barry, F., J. Bradley and A. Hannan]Book Chapter
  • Indigenous and Foreign Industry: Characteristics and Performance in, editor(s)F. Barry , Understanding Ireland's Economic Growth, London and New York, Macmillan Press and St. Martin's Press, 1999, [Barry, F., J. Bradley and E. O'Malley]Book Chapter
  • Recent Irish Growth in Historical and Theoretical Perspective in, editor(s)F. Barry , Understanding Ireland's Economic Growth, London and New York, Macmillan Press/St. Martin's Press, 1999, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • The Real Convergence of the Irish Economy and the Sectoral Distribution of Employment Growth in, editor(s)F. Barry , Understanding Ireland's Economic Growth, London and New York, Macmillan Press/St. Martin's Press, 1999, [Barry, F., A. Hannan and E. Strobl]Book Chapter
  • Comment on "Economic Expansions and Fiscal Contractions: International Evidence and the 1982 Danish Stabilization" by M. Bergman and M. Hutchison in, editor(s)T. Andersen, S. Hougaard Jensen and O. Risager , Macroeconomic Perspectives on the Danish Economy, London, Macmillan, 1999, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Modelling the UK Regional Implications of EMU in, editor(s)J. Bradley , Regional Economic and Policy Impacts of EMU: the Case of Northern Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland Economic Council, 1998, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Aggregate Impacts of EMU on Northern Ireland in, editor(s)J. Bradley , Regional Economic and Policy Impacts of EMU: the Case of Northern Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland Economic Council, 1998, [Barry, F., J. Bradley and J. McCartan]Book Chapter
  • EMU: The European Context in, editor(s)J. Bradley , Regional Economic and Policy Impacts of EMU: the Case of Northern Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland Economic Council, 1998, [F. Barry]Book Chapter
  • Education, Deprivation, Hysteresis, Unemployment in, editor(s)C. Clarke and C. Kavanagh , Unemployment in Ireland: Alternative Perspectives, Aldershot, Ashgate Press, 1998, [Barry, F., and A. Hannan]Book Chapter
  • Irish Competition Policy and the Macroeconomy in, editor(s)S. Martin , Competition Policies in Europe, Contributions to Economic Analysis Series, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1998, [Barry, F., and F. O'Toole]Book Chapter
  • Economic Structure and Structural Change in the EU Periphery in, editor(s)S. Ennis and B. Fynes , Competing from the Periphery, Dublin, Oaktree Press, 1997, [Barry, F., J. Bradley and D. Duggan]Book Chapter
  • The Macroeconomics of Government Budget Cuts in, editor(s)W. Robson and W. Scarth , Deficit Reduction: What Pain; What Gain?, Toronto, CD Howe Institute, 1994, [Barry, F., and M. Devereux]Book Chapter
  • Pluralism and Community in, editor(s)Richard Kearney , Across the Frontiers: Ireland in the 1990's, Dublin, Wolfhound Press, 1988, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Macroeconomic Perspectives on Irish Unemployment in, editor(s)C. Ó Gráda and R. Thom , Perspectives on Economic Policy, Dublin, Centre for Economic Research, 1987, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • The Most FDI-intensive Economy in Europe: Analysis of the Irish Experience and Current Policy Issues in, editor(s)K. Liebscher, J. Christl, P. Mooslechner and D. Ritzberger-Grünwald , Foreign Direct Investment in Europe: A Changing Landscape, UK and USA, Edward Elgar , 2007, [Barry, F.]Book Chapter
  • Economic Performance over the Coming Decades in, editor(s)M. Callanan , Ireland 2022: Towards One Hundred Years of Self-Government, Dublin, Institute of Public Administration, 2007, pp151 - 165, [Frank Barry]Book Chapter
  • A Comparative Analysis of the Development of Venture Capital in the Irish Software Cluster in, editor(s)P. Phan, S. Venkataraman and R. Velamuri , Entrepreneurship in Emerging Regions around the World: Theory, Evidence and Implications, Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (USA), Edward Elgar, 2008, pp185 - 205, [Frank Barry and Beata Topa]Book Chapter
  • Frank Barry and Chris Van Egeraat, The Decline of the Computer Hardware Sector: How Ireland Adjusted, ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary, (Spring), 2008, p38 - 57Journal Article
  • Frank Barry, Ireland - Politics, Institutions and Post-War Economic Growth, CESifo Forum, 9, (1), 2008, p23 - 34Journal Article, URL
  • Frank Barry, Some Issues Concerning Future Irish Growth, Administration, 56, (1), 2008, p1 - 18Journal Article
  • FDI & labor markets in, editor(s)K. Reinert and R.S. Rajan , Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2008, [Frank Barry]Book Chapter
  • Institutional Capacity and the Celtic Tiger Economy in, editor(s)M. Pickhardt and E. Shinnick , The Shadow Economy, Corruption and Governance, Edward Elgar, 2008, pp79 - 95, [Frank Barry]Book Chapter
  • Frank Barry, Public Policy Advice and the Marketplace for Ideas, Public Affairs Ireland Journal, 65, 2010, p16 - 17Journal Article
  • Ireland - Industrial Competitiveness in a Small Open Economy in, editor(s)Daniel Van den Bulcke, Alain Verbeke and Wenlong Yuan , Handbook on Small Nations in the Global Economy, UK, Edward Elgar, 2009, pp50 - 86, [Frank Barry, John Cassidy and Chris Van Egeraat]Book Chapter
  • Theoretical and Pragmatic Elements in the Civil Service Debates on Trade Liberalisation in, editor(s)Michael Mulreany , Economic Development 50 Years On: 1958-2008, Dublin, IPA, 2009, pp110 - 121, [Frank Barry]Book Chapter
  • The Irish Pharmaceutical Industry over the Boom Period and Beyond in, editor(s)P. Kirby and P. Carmody , The Legacy of Ireland's Economic Expansion: Geographies of the Celtic Tiger, Oxford, Routledge, 2010, pp22 - 43, [Frank Barry and Chris van Egeraat]Book Chapter
  • Frank Barry, Comment on Structural Economic Change in Ireland 1957-2006: Statistics, Context and Analysis, by Patrick Quill and Paddy Teahon, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, XXXIX, 2010, p140 - 142Journal Article
  • Frank Barry, Some Political Economy Lessons from Ireland's Boom and Bust, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 2, (2), 2009, p25-39Journal Article
  • Politics and Economic Policymaking in Ireland in, editor(s)J. Hogan, P. Donnelly and B. O'Rourke , Irish Business and Society: Governing, Participating and Transforming in the 21st Century, Dublin, Oak Tree Press, 2010, 28-43 , [Frank Barry]Book Chapter
  • Learning Lessons from Ireland's Economic Development in, editor(s)T. Boylan, R. Prendergast and J. Turner , A History of Irish Economic Thought, London and New York, Routledge, 2010, pp310-330 , [Frank Barry]Book Chapter, URL
  • McDermott, Thomas K. J.; Barry, Frank; Tol, Richard S. J., Disasters and Development: Natural Disasters, Credit Constraints and Economic Growth, 2011Journal Article, TARA - Full Text
  • Barry, Frank; Bergin, Adele, Offshoring, Inward Investment and Export Performance in Ireland, 2012Working Paper, URL , TARA - Full Text

Research Expertise

International Trade, Economic Geography and Foreign Direct Investment; Macroeconomics; Economic Development; the Irish Economy; Economic and Business History.

  • Title
    Policy Coherence for Development
    Summary
    Funding Agency
    Advisory Board for Irish Aid
    Date From
    2007
    Date To
    2011
  • Title
    Marie Curie Training Site status awarded to UCD International Economics group
    Summary
    On foot of a proposal submitted by project coordinator Frank Barry. The purpose of a Marie Curie Training Site is to allow young European doctoral students access to research groups with a strong international reputation in their field. [UCD allocation: euro 158,432, to fund 72 person-months of doctoral research and training at UCD over the period 2000-2004]
    Funding Agency
    European Union
    Date From
    2000
    Date To
    2004
  • Title
    European Union RTD Award
    Summary
    A pan-European research project on "Labour-Market Effects of Foreign Direct Investment", with F. Barry as UCD team leader. This is an EU-funded research and technological development project based on a network comprising UCD, the Centre for Economic Policy Research (London), Research Institute of Industrial Economics (Stockholm), Stockholm School of Economics, the Centre for Research on Globalisation and Labour Markets at the University of Nottingham, Bocconi University (Centro Studi Luca d'Agliano) and Universidad Carlos III (Madrid). [UCD allocation: euro 139,588, to fund the employment of several pre- and post-doctoral researchers at UCD over the period 2000-2002]
    Funding Agency
    European Union
    Date From
    2000
    Date To
    2002
  • Title
    European Union TMR Award
    Summary
    A pan-European research project on "Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Corporation", with F. Barry as UCD team leader. This is an EU-funded programme for the training and mobility of researchers, based on a network comprising UCD, the Centre for Economic Policy Research (London), London School of Economics, Stockholm School of Economics, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona), Athens Institute of Economic Policy Studies and Bocconi University (Centro Studi Luca d'Agliano). Details of the project are available at: http://www.cepr.org/research/networks/fdimc/default.htm [UCD allocation: euro 234,645, to fund the employment of 1 to 2 post-doctoral researchers per year at UCD over the period 1998-2002]
    Funding Agency
    European Union
    Date From
    1998
    Date To
    2002
  • Title
    Turning Globalization to National Advantage: Economic Policy Lessons from Ireland's Experience
    Summary
    Funding Agency
    IRCHSS
    Date From
    2008
    Date To
    2011
  • Title
    President's Research Fellowship
    Summary
    Funding Agency
    UCD
    Date From
    2005
    Date To
    2006

Economics, Business & Management, History and Archaeology,

Recognition

  • President's Research Fellowship (UCD) 2005-06
  • Government of Ireland Senior Research Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences June 2001
  • Ireland Canada University Foundation Scholarship 2001
  • TBS teaching awards various years
  • Elected to membership of the Royal Irish Academy 2021
  • Member of the Royal Irish Academy
  • Main Contractor [with teams from ESRI (Dublin), Czech Republic, Romania and Slovenia] on report to the EU Commission on Transition and Cohesion Spring 1999
  • Member of the Competitiveness Advisory Group and occasional member of the Foreign Investment Advisory Group reporting to the Enterprise Strategy Group (Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment) Autumn 2003
  • Main Contractor [with teams from ESRI (Dublin), Portugal and Spain] on report to the EU Commission on The Impact of the Single European Market on the EU Periphery Autumn 1995
  • Consultant to World Bank on Governance and Policy Consistency: Lessons for East Asia from Best-Practice Countries 2005
  • Irish Coordinator of EU-funded RTD Project on Labour Market Effects of Foreign Investment in Europe 2000-2002
  • Consultant to World Bank on Regional Development Strategy for Kazakhstan 2006
  • Evaluator for the EU Commission on the Phare ACE funding programme for Central and Eastern Europe, Brussels 1995-1997
  • Joint Coordinator of Economics Workshop for Permanent Secretaries of the Zambian Civil Service, on contract with the Institute of Public Administration, Dublin. May 1990
  • Consultant, European Commission Technical Assistance Mission to Laos, (Euro-TAL ASEAN Support Project), Vientiane, Lao PDR Jan-Feb 2001
  • Consultant to World Bank and UK Department for International Development on European Union Regional Aid and Irish Economic Development 2005
  • Consultant to Uruguayan Chamber of Commerce on Trade Policy and Industrialisation Strategy August 1994
  • Team participant on Forfás-funded project: A Review of the Economic Appraisal System for Projects Seeking Support from the Industrial Development Agencies 2000
  • Turning Globalization to National Advantage 2011
  • Enterprise Ireland (Implications of Outward Direct Investment) 2006
  • Consultant to Northern Ireland Economic Council on Regional Implications of EMU 1998
  • Lead Consultant, FIAS/World Bank project on the development of MNC linkages in the Philippines 2004-05
  • Team Leader on EU-funded TMR Programme on Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Corporation: New Theories and Evidence 1998-2002
  • Guest Editor, World Economy, special issue on "Enlargement and the EU Periphery" 2004
  • Capital Flight from Africa: Causes, Effects and Policy Issues 2015
  • Lead Consultant to the National Competitiveness Council, tasked with establishing the economic consequences for Ireland of the May 2004 enlargement of the EU 2002
  • Member of Research and Advisory Committee for TRÓCAIRE (International Development NGO) 1988-2003
  • Editor, Economic and Social Review 1997-2001
  • Member of Royal Irish Academy advisory committee on research project on the Great Industrial Exhibition held in Dublin in 1853. 2021
  • Member of advisory committee to Department of Finance research project 2021
  • Policy Coherence for Development 2011
  • Guest Editor, Journal of Common Market Studies, special issue on "EMU and Cohesion", December 2003
  • Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland (Implications for Northern Ireland of adopting the Irish Rate of Corporation Tax) 2006
  • Member, ad hoc group organised by the Department of the Taoiseach to advise on promotion of the Lisbon Agenda during Ireland's EU Presidency Autumn 2003
  • Consultant to National Economic and Social Council (Dublin) on Irish Unemployment 1989-1990