John Bradley

John Bradley joined the ESRI in 1981 and retired as Research Professor in 2006. His ESRI publications can be accessed on the ESRI website. He had previously worked at the Central Bank of Ireland. He is currently an international consultant in economic development and EU cohesion policy. He specialises mainly in the development barriers facing the post-Communist economies of CEE and acts as a consultant to government ministries in many of these countries as well as to the European Commission and the European Parliament. See http://ie.linkedin.com/pub/john-bradley/10/aa5/82a
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Latest Publications:
  • An Integrated Micro-Macro (IMM) Approach to the Evaluation of Large-scale Public Investment Programmes: The Case of EU Structural Funds
  • Committing to Growth in a Small European Economy
  • Integration, Growth and Cohesion in an Enlarged European Union
  • Promoting Cohesion in the Enlarged EU — Is there a Role for National Development Plans?
  • Hermin: A Macro Model Framework for the Study of Cohesion and Transition
  • Macro Impact Evaluation of National Development Plans: Ireland and Estonia
  • The Role of Ex-ante Evaluation in CEE National Development Planning: A Case Study based on Polish Administrative Experience
  • Modellgestützte Analyse der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Wirkungen der europäischen Strukturfondsförderung in Sachsen-Anhalt 2000-2006
  • Changing the Rules: How the Failures of the 1950s Forced a transition in Economic Policy Making
  • Committing to Growth in Small European Countries

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