Ireland

Reference work entry
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Further Reading

  1. Central Statistics Office. National Income and Expenditure (annual), Statistical Abstract (annual), Census of Population Reports (quinquennial), Census of Industrial Production Reports (annual), Trade and Shipping Statistics (annual and monthly), Trend of Employment and Unemployment, Reports on Vital Statistics (annual and quarterly), Statistical Bulletin (quarterly), Labour Force Surveys (annual), Trade Statistics (monthly), Economic Series (monthly).Google Scholar
  2. Adshead, Maura and Tonge, Jonathan, Politics in Ireland: Convergence and Divergence in a Two-Polity Island. 2009CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Ardagh, J., Ireland and the Irish: a Portrait of a Changing Society. 1994Google Scholar
  4. Bartlett, Thomas, Ireland: a History. 2010Google Scholar
  5. Chubb, B., Government and Politics in Ireland. 3rd ed. 1992Google Scholar
  6. Cronin, Mike, A History of Ireland. 2001Google Scholar
  7. Cronin, Mike, Gibbons, Luke and Kirby, Peadar, (eds.) Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy. 2002Google Scholar
  8. Delanty, G. and O’Mahony, P., Rethinking Irish History: Nationalism, Identity and Ideology. 1997Google Scholar
  9. Foster, R. F., The Oxford Illustrated History of Ireland. 1991Google Scholar
  10. Gallagher, Michael and Marsh, Michael, (eds.) How Ireland Voted 2016: The Election that Nobody Won. 2016Google Scholar
  11. Garvin, T., 1922: The Birth of Irish Democracy. 1997Google Scholar
  12. Harkness, D., Ireland in the Twentieth Century: a Divided Island. 1995Google Scholar
  13. Kirby, Peadar, The Celtic Tiger in Collapse. 2nd ed. 2010CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. Kostick, C., Revolution in Ireland – Popular Militancy 1917–1923. 1997Google Scholar
  15. Laffan, Brigid and O’Mahony, Jane, Ireland and the European Union. 2008CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Lalor, Brian, (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Ireland. 2003Google Scholar
  17. Lynch, David J., When the Luck of the Irish Ran Out: The World’s Most Resilient Country and its Struggle to Rise Again. 2010Google Scholar
  18. O’Beirne Ranelagh, John, A Short History of Ireland. 3rd ed. 2012Google Scholar
  19. O’Malley, Eoin, Contemporary Ireland. 2011CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. O’Sullivan, Michael J., Ireland and the Global Question. 2006Google Scholar
  21. Patterson, Henry, Ireland Since 1939: The Persistence of Conflict. 2006.—Ireland’s Violent Frontier: The Border and Anglo–Irish Relations During the Troubles. 2013Google Scholar
  22. Vaughan, W. E. (ed.) A New History of Ireland, 6 vols. 1996Google Scholar
  23. Wyndham, Andrew Higgins, (ed.) Re-Imagining Ireland. 2006Google Scholar
  24. National Statistical Office: Central Statistics Office, Skehard Road, Cork.Google Scholar

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