Aidan Regan
TitleCited byYear
Why don't governments need trade unions anymore? The death of social pacts in Ireland and Italy
PD Culpepper, A Regan
Socio-Economic Review 12 (4), 723-745, 2014
1422014
European monetary integration and the incompatibility of national varieties of capitalism
A Johnston, A Regan
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (2), 318-336, 2016
140*2016
Austerity measures in crisis countries—results and impact on mid-term development
V Monastiriotis, N Hardiman, A Regan, C Goretti, L Landi, JI Conde-Ruiz, ...
Intereconomics 48 (1), 4-32, 2013
115*2013
Austerity measures in crisis countries—results and impact on mid-term development
V Monastiriotis, N Hardiman, A Regan, C Goretti, L Landi, JI Conde-Ruiz, ...
Intereconomics 48 (1), 4-32, 2013
832013
The imbalance of capitalisms in the Eurozone: Can the north and south of Europe converge?
A Regan
Comparative European Politics 15 (6), 969-990, 2017
73*2017
The political economy of social pacts in the EMU: Irish liberal market corporatism in crisis
A Regan
New Political Economy 17 (4), 465-491, 2012
522012
The politics of capitalist diversity in Europe: Explaining Ireland’s divergent recovery from the Euro crisis
S Brazys, A Regan
Perspectives on Politics 15 (2), 411-427, 2017
43*2017
Celtic phoenix or leprechaun economics? The politics of an FDI-led growth model in Europe
A Regan, S Brazys
New Political Economy 23 (2), 223-238, 2018
412018
The Impact of the Eurozone Crisis on Ireland: A Political Economy Analysis
A Regan
International Labour Organisation, 2013
36*2013
Introduction: Is the European Union capable of integrating diverse models of capitalism?
A Johnston, A Regan
New political economy 23 (2), 145-159, 2018
232018
The Rise and Fall of Irish Social Partnership: The Political Economy of Institutional Change in European Varieties of Capitalism
A Regan
PhD in Public Policy, University College Dublin, 2012
23*2012
Global finance, labor politics, and the political economy of housing prices
A Johnston, A Regan
Politics & Society 45 (3), 327-358, 2017
19*2017
The Core Executive and Policy Coordination
M Hardiman, Niamh, Regan, Aidan & Shayne
Governing Ireland: From Cabinet Government to Delegated Governance, 106-127, 2012
152012
What Explains Ireland’s Fragile Recovery from the Crisis? The Politics of Comparative Institutional Advantage
A Regan
CESifo Forum 15 (2), 26-31, 2014
122014
Housing prices and wealth inequality in Western Europe
GW Fuller, A Johnston, A Regan
West European Politics 43 (2), 297-320, 2020
112020
Does discourse matter in the formation and consolidation of social pacts? Social partnership and labor market policy in Ireland
A Regan
Critical Policy Studies 4 (3), 250-277, 2010
112010
Rethinking social pacts in Europe: Prime ministerial power in Ireland and Italy
A Regan
European Journal of Industrial Relations 23 (2), 117-133, 2017
102017
Debunking myths: Why austerity and structural reforms have had little to do with Ireland’s economic recovery
A Regan
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 2016
92016
„Austerity Measures in Crisis Countries-Results and Impact on Mid-term Development‟
N Hardiman, A Regan
Intereconomics 48 (1), 2013
92013
Ireland: life after social partnership
V Maccarrone, R Erne, A Regan
Müller T., Vandaele K., Waddington J.(eds.). Collective bargaining in Europe …, 2019
6*2019
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