Research Profile

John Considine

Biography

John holds a Master from UCC (supervised by Martin Kenneally) and a PhD from University of York (supervised by Huw Dixon).  His PhD dissertation was on the measurement of the fiscal deficit.

Research Interests

Economics.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

 YearPublication
(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, 50 (18):2048-2055 [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, 168 (1):43-54 [Details]
(2016)'What The Simposns Can Teach Us About Sports Economics'
David Butler, Robbie Butler and John Considine (2016) 'What The Simposns Can Teach Us About Sports Economics'. Journal of Economics and Finance Education, [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, 63 (2):119-145 [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, 19 (17a) [Details]
(2013)'Of Mice and Pens: A discrete choice experiment on student preferences for assignment systems in economics'
Darragh Flannery, Brendan Kennelly, Edel Doherty, Stephen Hynes and John Considine (2013) 'Of Mice and Pens: A discrete choice experiment on student preferences for assignment systems in economics'. International Review of Economics Education, 13 :57-70 [Details]
(2013)'Irish Budget Speeches of 2005 – 2011: Lessons from a Reversal of Fortune'
John Considine and Mark Coughlan (2013) 'Irish Budget Speeches of 2005 – 2011: Lessons from a Reversal of Fortune'. Administration, [Details]
(2013)'Paper and Online Assignments in Economics: A Comparison with Panel Data'
Brendan Kennelly, Darragh Flannery, and John Considine (2013) 'Paper and Online Assignments in Economics: A Comparison with Panel Data'. International Review of Economics Education, [Details]
(2013)'Of mice and pens: A discrete choice experiment on student preferences for assignment systems in economics'
Darragh Flannery, Brendan Kennelly, Edel Doherty, Stephen Hynes and John Considine (2013) 'Of mice and pens: A discrete choice experiment on student preferences for assignment systems in economics'. International Review of Economics Education, 14 :57-70 [Details]
(2011)'Online Assignments in Economics: A Test of their Effectiveness'
Brendan Kennelly, John Considine, and Darragh Flannery; (2011) 'Online Assignments in Economics: A Test of their Effectiveness'. Journal of Economic Education, 42 (2):136-146 [Details]
(2010)'Dr Olson's Antidote for Institutional Sclerosis'
John Considine & Robert Butler (2010) 'Dr Olson's Antidote for Institutional Sclerosis'. Economic Affairs, :55-60 [Details]
(2010)'Tales of Expansionary Fiscal Contractions in Two European Countries: Hindsight and Foresight'
John Considine and David Duffy (2010) 'Tales of Expansionary Fiscal Contractions in Two European Countries: Hindsight and Foresight'. Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, XXVII (2):95-114 [Details]
(2010)'Dr Olson's Antidote for the Disease of Institutional Sclerosis'
Considine, John; Butler, Robert; (2010) 'Dr Olson's Antidote for the Disease of Institutional Sclerosis'. Economic Affairs, 30 (1):55-60 [Details]
(2010)'The Influence of Economic Incentives on Treatment Patterns in a Third-Party Funded Dental Service'
Woods, Noel; Considine, John; Lucey, Siobhan; Whelton, Helen; (2010) 'The Influence of Economic Incentives on Treatment Patterns in a Third-Party Funded Dental Service'. Community Dental Health, 27 (1):18-22 [Details]
(2008)'The Influence of Finance Ministers: Lesson from 20th Century Ireland and the United Kingdom'
John Considine and Theresa Reidy; (2008) 'The Influence of Finance Ministers: Lesson from 20th Century Ireland and the United Kingdom'. Administration, 56 (1) [Details]
(2008)'Irish National Lottery Sports Capital Grant Allocations 1999-2007: Natural Experiments on Political Influence'
Considine, J., Crowley, F., Foley, S. and O’Connor, M. (2008) 'Irish National Lottery Sports Capital Grant Allocations 1999-2007: Natural Experiments on Political Influence'. Economic Affairs, 28 (3):38-44 [Details]
(2008)'UK Debt Sustainability: Some Nonlinear Evidence and Theoretical Implications'
John Considine and Liam Gallagher; (2008) 'UK Debt Sustainability: Some Nonlinear Evidence and Theoretical Implications'. Manchester School, 76 (3):320-335 [Details]
(2007)'Rethinking the 'Equality of Arms' Framework between the State and the Accused in the Republic of Ireland'
John Considine and Shane Kilcommins; (2007) 'Rethinking the 'Equality of Arms' Framework between the State and the Accused in the Republic of Ireland'. Irish Probation Journal, 4 (1) [Details]
(2006)'The No Income Tax Campaign : 21st Century Tax Philosophy in the 1920s'
John Considine and Kieran Coleman; (2006) 'The No Income Tax Campaign : 21st Century Tax Philosophy in the 1920s'. Irish Economic and Social History, 33 :1-17 [Details]
(2006)'Yes Minister: Invaluable material for teaching the public choice of bureaucracy'
John Considine; (2006) 'Yes Minister: Invaluable material for teaching the public choice of bureaucracy'. Economic Affairs, 26 (3):55-61 [Details]
(2006)'Constitutional Interpretation: Edmund Burke and James Buchanan and their 18th Century Intellectual Roots'
John Considine; (2006) 'Constitutional Interpretation: Edmund Burke and James Buchanan and their 18th Century Intellectual Roots'. Constitutional Political Economy, 17 :71-85 [Details]
(2006)'Partially Sighted Persons and the Public Debt Elephant'
John Considine and David Duffy; (2006) 'Partially Sighted Persons and the Public Debt Elephant'. Constitutional Political Economy, 17 (4):237-249 [Details]
(2006)'The Simpsons: Public Choice in the Tradition of Swift and Orwell'
John Considine; (2006) 'The Simpsons: Public Choice in the Tradition of Swift and Orwell'. Journal of Economic Education, 17 (2):217-228 [Details]
(2004)'Irish Sports Capital Funding: A Public Choice Perspective'
John Considine, Seamus Coffey and Daniel Kiely; (2004) 'Irish Sports Capital Funding: A Public Choice Perspective'. European Sport Management Quarterly, 4 (3):150-169 [Details]
(2003)'An assessment of the cost effectiveness of a postal toothpaste programme to prevent caries among five-year-old children in the North West of England'
John Considine, G.M. Davies, H.V. Worthington, .P. Ellwood, A.S. Blinkhorn, G.O. Taylor and R.M. Davies; (2003) 'An assessment of the cost effectiveness of a postal toothpaste programme to prevent caries among five-year-old children in the North West of England'. Community Dental Health, 20 (4):207-210 [Details]
(2002)'Budgetary institutions and fiscal discipline: Edmund Burke's insightful contribution'
Considine, John; (2002) 'Budgetary institutions and fiscal discipline: Edmund Burke's insightful contribution'. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 9 (winter):591-607 [Details]
(2001)'The Effectiveness and Cost of Two Fluoride Programmes for Children'
John Considine, Tim Holland and Peter Creedon; (2001) 'The Effectiveness and Cost of Two Fluoride Programmes for Children'. European Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, 2 :61-66 [Details]

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2014)'Mayors, Morons and Monorails'
John Considine (2014) 'Mayors, Morons and Monorails' In: Homer Economicus. California: Stanford University Press. [Details]
(2012)'The Department of Finance'
John Considine and Theresa Reidy (2012) 'The Department of Finance' In: Governing Ireland. Dublin: IPA. [Details]
(2010)'Economic Thinking in Arthur O'Connor's The State of Ireland: Reducing Politics to Science'
Blackshields, Daniel; Considine, John; (2010) 'Economic Thinking in Arthur O'Connor's The State of Ireland: Reducing Politics to Science' In: A History of Irish Economic Thought. London: Routledge. [Details]
(2007)'Economics: Sirens in Classics, in Philosophy, and in Economic Theory'
John Considine and Brendan McElroy; (2007) 'Economics: Sirens in Classics, in Philosophy, and in Economic Theory' In: James Elkins (eds). Visual Practices Across the University. [Details]

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