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A booming country- a booming countryside? The Celtic Tiger phenomenon and the consequences for rural areas
[No abstract available]
Irish chefs and restaurants in the geography of 'local' food value chains
Restaurant chefs and owners have a potentially influential role to play in promoting the use of local foods and supporting producers. Indeed chefs are taste makers, and their conceptualization of local food can influence ...
A strategic approach to protecting the sustainability of a natural heritage and tourism resource: the River Moy, Ireland
(Société Géographique de Liège, 2017)
This paper discusses the natural heritage of the River Moy salmon fishery in western Ireland and methods of protecting the resource from negative innovations. The latter are associated, mainly, with changes in agricultural ...
Local governance and sustainable rural development: Ireland's experience in an EU context
(Univerza v Mariboru, Filozofska Fakulteta, 2009)
This paper discusses the role of local governance partnerships in promoting sustainable rural development with reference to EU policy over the past two decades. Ireland’s experience is presented as an example. From the ...
Relationships between local governance and local government and the role of the state: evidence from the Leader programme in Ireland
(Presse Universitaires de Rennes PUR, 2016)
Central states allocated responsibility for local development actions to a range of private, community and voluntary organisations in many European countries, over the past three decades. This phenomenon has been viewed ...
Population change in the Republic of Ireland 1981-1991: trends and spatial patterns
(Universite de Lille I (Sciences et Technologies), 1992)
Demographic trends in the Republic of Ireland have gradually moved closer to Western European norms during the past two decades. Birth rates have continued to fall and internal migration flows have become diversified. ...
Regional imagery and Irish tourism promotion
Regional images may be defined as representations of places which consist of one or more of a variety of elements which may include people, landscapes, flora or animals (Gold and Ward, 1994; Kneafsey, 1997). Sound, when ...
A role for quality rural tourism services in rural development? Evidence from the Republic of Ireland
(Rural Development Institute, Brandon University and Saint Mary's University, 2003)
[No abstract available]
Labour and education-related migration in the age of globalisation: new links between Brazil and Ireland
(Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, 2018-12-22)
International migration over great distances is one expression of increased global connectivity. Migration between Brazil and Ireland since the late 1990s illustrates three well-recognised contemporary flows: recruitment ...
Quality Irish regional products and services: their promotion and marketing
(Social Sciences Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway and Teagasc Agricultural and Food Development Authority, 2004)
As part of an ongoing response to the 1992 reform of the CAP and the 1993 GATT agreement, the European Commission (EC) provided support for research on the development of new markets, products and processes for agricultural ...