B.A. and M.Econ.Sc. (Economic Policy Evaluation and Planning)
Room 239, J. E. Cairnes Graduate School of Business & Public Policy, NUI Galway
+ 353 (0) 91 492896
Research interests: Theories of Economic Development and International Trade Relations
Fidelma Murphy received a B.A. and M.Econ.Sc. (Economic Policy Evaluation and
Planning) from the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Fidelma's research topic is on a retheorisation of international trade regarding its role in articulating local and global social structures of accumulation. Her research supervisor is Dr. Terrence McDonough.
Publications, presentations etc.:
Murphy, F., 2006, The social structures of accumulation (SSA) in global terms: an investigation of the new SSA through emergent capital/labour relations in the Mexican�s maquiladoras of the auto industry. 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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