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Dr John Considine

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John Considine

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ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS
University College Cork
Cork
Ireland

+353-21-490-3000 J.Considine@ucc.ie

Biography

John received his BA (Economics and Computer Science) in 1989 from UCC.  After completing his MA (Economics) in 1991 he joined the Department of Economics, UCC in 1991.  He completed his PhD, on the measurement of the fiscal deficit, under the supervision of Huw Dixon in the University of York.He completed the PostGraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PGDTLHE) in UCC in 2008.

 

Research Interests

Economics.

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Employment

  • Senior Lecturer, UCC (/)
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Teaching Interests

  • John Considine has obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PGDTLHE).  He was awarded a John has published on the use of humour in teaching and learning in the  and in . Along with Brendan Kennelly (NUIG) and Darragh Flannery (UL), and others he has published work on the effectiveness of e-assessment and learning in the  and the .  He has also published on using sport in economic education in the .
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Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

Year Publication
2017 Competitive balance in a quasi-double knockout tournament
John Considine and Liam Gallagher (2017) Competitive balance in a quasi-double knockout tournament. : Applied Economics [Details]
2017 Evaluation of an informal rule for the allocation of sports capital funding
John Considine and Justin Doran (2017) Evaluation of an informal rule for the allocation of sports capital funding. : Public Choice [Details]
2015 Baby Steps: The Expanding Financial Base of Local Government Finance in Ireland
John Considine and Theresa Reidy (2015) Baby Steps: The Expanding Financial Base of Local Government Finance in Ireland. : Administration [Details]
2014 Keynes and the Confidence Fairies
John Considine and David Duffy (2014) Keynes and the Confidence Fairies. : Cambridge Journal of Economics [Details]
2014 Modelling the preferences of students for alternative assignment designs using the Discrete Choice Experiment methodology
Brendan Kennelly, Darragh Flannery, John Considine, Edel Doherty and Stephen Hynes (2014) Modelling the preferences of students for alternative assignment designs using the Discrete Choice Experiment methodology. : Practical Assessment, Research & Assessment [Details]
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