Mr Stephen Moore

Stephen Moore


Centre For Policy Studies
University College Cork
Cork University Business School

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Stephen Moore has been a full-time college lecturer at the Centre for Policy Studies since September 2014. After 10 years in industry, Stephen completed his BComm and MEconSc at University College Cork and is currently completing a Degree in Mathematics and Statistics. Stephen's research interests lie in the area of public expenditure, health economics, and pension provision.  He teaches principles of economics to undergraduate and postgraduate students across several disciplines.


Grants and Honours

  • 01/01/2011 - John Busteed Memorial Prize in Economics, University College Cork
  • 01/01/2010 - John Busteed Memorial Prize in Economics, University College Cork
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Other Activities

  • 02/03/2020 - The aim of this report was to conduct a cost analysis of the OMFS procedures delivered during 2019 and to highlight the value of those services provided as part of the SLA with the HSE., University College Cork
  • 29/06/2018 - Pensions Policy Research Group Conference
  • 17/10/2017 - Pensions Policy Research Group Conference
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Pedagogic Experiences

  • 2018 - Market Forces and the Environment, University College Cork, Non CUBS Programme
  • 2017 - Principles & Applications of Market Analysis, University College Cork, Non CUBS Programme
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Research Domains

  • Public finance  
  • Health Economics  
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Journal article

Year Publication
2018 CRONIN, J., MOORE, S., LENIHAN, N., O’SHEA, M., WOODS, N. (2018). The non-drug costs associated with the administration of an intravenous biologic treatment in the hospital setting. Irish Journal of Medical Science, 188, 821–834. doi:10.1007/s11845-018-1925-8. Details
2016 CONWAYLENIHAN, A., AHERN, S., MOORE, S., CRONIN, J., WOODS, N. (2016). Factors influencing the variation in GMS prescribing expenditure in Ireland.. Health Economics Review. doi:10.1186/s13561-016-0090-x. Details
2016 MOORE, S. (2016). Wagner in Ireland: An econometric analysis. Economic and Social Review.
2016 CONWAYLENIHAN, A., WOODS, N., AHERN, S., MOORE, S., CRONIN, J. (2016). Variation in Irish GMS Pharmaceutical Expenditure by ATC Classification. Value in Health. Details
2021 CRONIN, J., HARDING, M., MOORE, S., HARDING, M., WHELTON, H., WOODS, N. (2021). A cost-effectiveness analysis of community water fluoridation for schoolchildren. BMC Oral Health, 21 (158). doi:10.1186/s12903-021-01490-7. Details
2021 KIJOWSJKI, F., MOORE, S., IQBAL, S., CRONIN, J., MILEWSKI, L., WOODS, N., O'REILLY, S. (2021). Financial Resilience Among Doctors in Training and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Irish Medical Journal, 114 (6), 380.
2021 MURPHY, L., MOORE, S., SWAN, J., HEHIR, D., RYAN, J. (2021). Examining the impact of video-based outpatient education on patient demand for a rheumatology CNS service. British Journal of Nursing, 30 (18). Details
2022 CARROLL, H. K., MOORE, S., FAROOQ, A. R., IQBAL, S., HADI, D. K., O'REILLY, S. (2022). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on non-national doctors in Ireland. Irish Journal of Medical Science. doi:10.1007/s11845-022-03220-6. Details

Working Papers

Year Publication
2020 MOORE, S. (2020). Toward a Target Replacement Rate. An empirical investigation of adequacy in Ireland.
2020 MOORE, S. (2020). Impact of a rheumatology video based education initiative on demand for access to clinical nurse specialists in the out-patient setting.
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