A warm welcome to the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin. The School is proud to offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to students across the disciplines of economics, philosophy, political science and sociology.
Philip Lane delivers speech on 'Underlying Inflation'It was great to welcome ECB Chief Economist and alumnus Philip Lane back to campus this morning. Philip provided in-depth analysis on post-COVID inflation and hinted strongly at further rate hikes.
Naomi Panovka wins inaugural John O'Hagan Medal & PrizeNaomi Panovka won the prize for best speaker at the debate series co-hosted by the Student Economic Review and the Phil. Trinity defeated Yale as proponents on the topic of breaking up Big Tech.
Public Lecture by Paschal Donohoe March 2ndMinister for Public Expenditure, President of the Eurogroup, and School of SSP alumnus Paschal Donohoe (BESS, Political Science, 1996) returns to Trinity to examine leadership in an era of rolling crises.
TiLT covered in today's Irish TimesTiLT is a training start-up focused on making organisations more inclusive through its suite of role-playing games. Sociology Professor Anne Holohan is the co-founder, along with Conor McNally.