Reforming Political Institutions: Ireland In Comparative Perspective
In the light of the Irish economic collapse, the resultant political turmoil and external intervention in state management, John Coakley considers the case for reform of Irish political institutions.
Making practical recommendations for the modernising and streamlining of systems of government, John Coakley examines five specific institutions of great importance to Irish political life, setting them in comparative and historical context and reviewing their current role.
|Publisher||Institute of Public Administration|
|Publication date||28 Aug 2013|