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Brian  O'Boyle

Brian O'Boyle

[email protected]

Room 239, First Floor, J. E. Cairnes Graduate School of Business & Public Policy, NUI Galway

+ 353 (0) 91 492896

Research interests: Globalisation,Comparative Economic Thought-particularly Marxism and post Keynesianism, Economic Methodology, International Political Economy, The Ideology of Neoliberalism

Brian O' Boyle joined CISC in July of 2005 having previously worked as a teaching assistant in the Department of Economics at the University of Limerick. He is currently participating on a project which is analysing globalisation from the perspactive of 'long wave' theory and receives his Ph.D funding from the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS). Brian holds a economic and social studies and an M.A. in economics and policy and planning evaluation both from the National University of Ireland Galway. Brian is currently researching the set of ideas which underpin global neoliberalism, while his masters dissertation looked at the contribution of research in the Humanities and Social Sciences to the 'Innovation Society'. Brian also teaches comparative economic thought.

Research projects:

GLOBALWAVE: "Globalisation and Long Wave Theory" (Participant) Details>>

Publications, presentations etc.:

Conference papers/presentations:

Dundon, T., Gonzalez-Perez, M.A., & McDonough, T., 2006, Bitten by the Celtic Tiger: immigrant workers and industrial relations in the new "Glocalised" Ireland. Paper presented at the British Universities Industrial Relations (BUIRA) Conference. 29th June 2006

O�Boyle, B., & Nardone, E., 2006, Globalisation, critical realism and the social structures of accumulation(SSA). Paper presented at the 1st GSA Postgraduate and Young Researchers International Conference. Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester, United Kingdom, 29th June 2006

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