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Dr John Considine

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John Considine

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Economics
University College Cork
Cork University Business School

J.Considine@ucc.ie ORCID profile

Biography

John completed his PhD, on the measurement of the fiscal deficit, under the supervision of Huw Dixon in the University of York.

Grants and Honours

  • 06/01/2007 - President's Award for Excellence in Teaching, University College Cork
  • 01/01/1990 - [CONSULTANCY A/C] {Considine J. Dr} N, Other funded projects
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Thesis

  • 9999 - Doctoral Degree, University College Cork (Thesis Primary Supervisor)
  • 9999 - Masters Degree by Research, University College Cork (Thesis Primary Supervisor)
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Publications

Journal article

Year Publication
2018 CONSIDINE, J. (2018). Competitive balance in a quasi-double knockout tournament. Applied Economics. Details
2016 CONSIDINE, J. (2016). Keynes and the confidence faeries. Cambridge Journal of Economics. Details
2011 CONSIDINE, J. (2011). Online Assignments in Economics: A Test of Their Effectiveness. Journal of Economic Education. Details
2010 WOODS, N., LUCEY, S., WHELTON, H., NYHAN, T. (2010). The influence of economic incentives on treatment patterns in a third-party funded dental service. Community Dental Health. Details
2016 CONSIDINE, J., DORAN, J. (2016). Evaluation of an informal rule for the allocation of sports capital funding. Public Choice. Details
2016 BUTLER, D., BUTLER, R., CONSIDINE, J. (2016). What The Simpsons Can Teach Us About Sports Economics. Journal of Economics and Finance Education.
2010 CONSIDINE, J., BUTLER, R. (2010). Dr Olson's antidote for institutional sclerosis. Economic Affairs. Details
2008 CONSIDINE, J., CROWLEY, F., FOLEY, S., O'CONNOR, M. (2008). Irish national lottery sports capital grant allocations, 1999-2007: Natural experiments on political influence. Economic Affairs. Details
2006 CONSIDINE, J. (2006). The Simpsons: Public Choice in the Tradition of Swift and Orwell. Journal of Economic Education. Details
2006 CONSIDINE, J. (2006). The No Income Tax Campaign. 21st Century Tax Philosophy in the 1920. Irish Economic and Social History.
2004 CONSIDINE, J., COFFEY, S. (2004). Irish sports capital funding: A public choice perspective. European Sport Management Quarterly. Details
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