Opinion piece published by ‘The Conversation’ by Gail McElroy, Professor in Political Science, Trinity College Dublin On paper, Theresa May and Leo Varadkar have much in common politically. Ideologically centre-right, both the British prime minister and Irish premier (Taoiseach) head minority governments that rest on precarious confidence and supply agreements. But Varadkar is in a […]
Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy at Trinity, Julie Broderick, with an opinion piece about varying your exercise with age, which was published by The Conversation.
Trinity’s Professor of International Finance and Commodities, Brian Lucey, contributes to a piece originally published by The Conversation.
Experts from around the EU, including Trinity’s Etain Tannam, explain the priorities in member states for the next steps of the future EU-UK relationship
An opinion editorial written by Assistant Professor in Economics, Andrea Guariso and published by The Conversation.
An opinion editorial written by Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, David Mitchell, and published by The Conversation.
An opinion piece published by The Conversation explores who is behind the name of the pseudonymous Italian novelist Elena Ferrante.
An opinion piece published by The Conversation that explains how wicked problems can be solved, by using a water systems research case study.
Over two centuries, capitalist ethos has swung from profit-taking for the few, to a distribution of wealth to the many, and back again. Is the pendulum poised to swing once more? asks Professor Louis Brennan in this piece for The Conversation.
How is our perception of bacteria influenced by the aims and desires of the manufacturers of cleaning products, asks Norah Campbell, Trinity College Dublin and Cormac Deane, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.