Paul O'Sullivan is an Economics lecturer in the Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting. Paul joined the Department in 2000, following completion of his MPhil (Economics) at Oxford University and was appointed a full-time member in 2003. His research interests are in the areas of Industrial Organisation, Environmental Economics and Economics of Sport.
Industrial Organisation; Environmental Economics; Economics of Sport
Peer Reviewed Journals
|1999|| 'Beat 'em or join 'em? Export subsidies versus research joint ventures in oligopolistic markets'
J.P. Neary and P. O'Sullivan (1999) 'Beat 'em or join 'em? Export subsidies versus research joint ventures in oligopolistic markets'. SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, 101 :577-596 [IR Link] [Details]
|2009|| Journal of Public Economic Theory conference.
(2009) Journal of Public Economic Theory conference. [Oral Presentation], Process R&D and Pollution Abatement: Subsidies or Joint Ventures?, Galway [Details]
|2009|| Irish Economic Association conference.
(2009) Irish Economic Association conference. [Oral Presentation], Process R&D and Pollution Abatement: Subsidies or Joint Ventures?, Cork [Details]
|2001|| Irish Economic Association Annual Conference.
(2001) Irish Economic Association Annual Conference. Portumna , 04-JAN-01 - 04-JAN-01 [Details]
|2001|| Trade and Industrial Organisation Workshop.
(2001) Trade and Industrial Organisation Workshop. UCD , 10-JAN-01 - 10-JAN-01 [Details]
|Journal Of International Economics||Referee|
|Economic And Social Review||Referee|
|International Economic Review||Referee|
|Review Of International Economics||Referee|
|Journal Of International Trade And Economic Development||Referee|
Current taught modules: EC103: Macroeconomics (I teach the Quantitative Methods section); EC301: Advanced Microeconomics; EC311: Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources; EC327: Economics of Sport. Previously taught modules: EC101B: Introduction to Competitive markets and Government Policy; EC110: Intermediate Microeconomics; EC208: Applied Economics; EC209: Public Sector Economics; EC215: Game Theory; EC601: Microeconomic theory 1; EC621: Theoretical Aspects of Regulatory Economics