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    Larragy, Joe (2014) Sean Ó Riain 2014: The Rise and Fall of Ireland's Celtic Tiger: Liberalism, Boom and Bust, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Reviewed by Joe Larragy for Working for Change: Irish Community Work Journal May 2014. Working For Change: The Irish Journal of Community Work, 4 (1). ISSN 2009 3535

    Larragy, Joe (2012) Book Review: Towards a Second Republic - Irish Politics after the Celtic Tiger by Peadar Kirby & Mary Murphy. The Irish Review of Community Economic Development Law and Policy , 1 (2). pp. 99-104. ISSN 2009-4302

    Larragy, Joe (2010) A Bounty not a Burden! Submission on the National Positive Ageing Strategy. Older and Bolder.

    Boyle, Maura and Larragy, Joe (2010) Feeling the Pinch: One Year On. Older People's Experience of the Recession in Ireland. Older and Bolder.

    Larragy, Joe (2006) Origins and Significance of the Community-Voluntary Pillar's Entry to Irish Social Partnership. Economic and Social Review, December 2006. (In Press)

    Larragy, Joe (1993) Formal Service Provision and the Care of the Elderly at home in Ireland. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 8 (4). pp. 371-374. ISSN 0169-3816

    Larragy, Joe (1990) Cyclical and institutional determinants of annual trade union growth and decline in Ireland: evidence from the DUES data series. European Sociological Review, 6. pp. 49-72. ISSN 0266-7215

    Larragy, Joe (1988) James Connolly: Myth and Reality (Review). Saothar - Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 13. pp. 49-53. ISSN 0332-1169


    Larragy, Joe (1997) Social Policy in Europe in the Run-Up to the IGC: The Medium-Term Social Action Programme 1995-97. Working Paper. Institute of European Affairs Editors. (Unpublished)

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