Subjugation, the Scalpel and the Scapular

*Scapular: Religious cloth image or text worn under clothing Author: Anne Burke, Student at DCU Peer Mental Health Support. Why did Ireland choose the second most expensive and one of the worst healthcare system in the developed world? “We have chosen to have the second most expensive, and one of the worst healthcare systems in… Continue reading Subjugation, the Scalpel and the Scapular

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Rights Based Principles: Protecting Free Elections and Free Expression in Irish Policy Responses to Fake News Online

Rights Based Principles: Protecting Free Elections and Free Expression in Irish Policy Responses to Fake News Online Author: Ethan Shattock, PhD Candidate at Maynooth University Free Elections and Free Expression in a Digital Democracy   As a “cornerstone of democracy”, elections facilitate collective decision making by citizens. Katz describes elections as "the institutional framework for… Continue reading Rights Based Principles: Protecting Free Elections and Free Expression in Irish Policy Responses to Fake News Online

How Should European Merger Policy Respond to Global Competition? The Siemens/Alstom Merger Case.

Author: Liran Pang  Liran Pang is a PhD student working on competition law at Durham University, UK, and now she is doing her research on unilateral anticompetitive conducts in two-sided markets. Her research mainly focuses on practices in the EU and the US, but she also keeps an eye on global markets, in particular on her home… Continue reading How Should European Merger Policy Respond to Global Competition? The Siemens/Alstom Merger Case.