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When care is left to roam: Carers' experiences of grassroots nonprofit services in Ireland
Increasingly countries are turning to nonprofit organisations to provide health and social care, particularly for people with disabilities. Alongside this change, debates continue about how states should manage the ...
Organisational factors that influence the Blockchain adoption in Ireland: A study by J. E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics in association with the Blockchain Association of Ireland
(National University of Ireland Galway, 2018)
Research carried out at NUI Galway has found a 40% blockchain adoption rate among Irish enterprises to date. The study investigated why implementation in Ireland is relatively low, and proposes recommendations to increase ...
Autonomy and prenuptial agreements in Ireland: A relational analysis
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-04-03)
Unlike England and Wales, Ireland has not yet moved from the traditional common law rejection of prenuptial agreements. Nevertheless, similar policy concerns continue to be debated in both jurisdictions, particularly regarding ...
The role of extension in dynamic economic adjustments: the case of Irish dairy farms
(Oxford University Press, 2019-01-11)
European Union dairy policy eliminated milk production quotas in 2015, inducing major adjustments in the European dairy industry. This article explores the role of farm extension services in dynamic adjustments on Irish ...