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Experts in the Media: 15th – 19th June 2015

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June 22, 2015 Posted in : Business, Economic Experts, Economics, EU affairs, Experts, Galzacs, Galzacs15, History, Jim Power Ltd, Media Performances, Our experts in the media, Politics

Our experts made the news across all genres last week, offering their commentary and insights to radio shows, newspapers, and TV broadcasts. RTE Radio 1, the Irish Times and the Irish Examiner were just a few of the sources that have featured some of our experts in the past few days. Our experts provided commentary on a wide range of topics including the Banking Inquiry, the Greek Crisis, the Antropocene Epoch and potential changes in the U,S. interest rate.

Our goal is to highlight the media coverage our experts have received every week. Here are just a few examples of our experts in the media last week:

1. Jim Power - Jim Power Economics Ltd

Story: US Interest Rate Cycle Set To Turn

Coverage: Irish Examiner, Newspaper Article

Jim Power wrote an article published in the Irish Examiner about the possible turn in in the zero interst rate cycle pursued in the U.S. for the last eight years.


2. John Sodeau – University College Cork

Story: Reset your watch for the Anthropocene epoch

Coverage: The Irish Times, Online Article

John Sodeau commented on the need for a new timescale to be called for in reaction to the unsurmountable change humans have brought to the planet during the holocene epoch.







3. Niamh Hourigan - University College Cork, School of Sociology and Philosophy

Story: Discussion on the revelations expected from Kevin Cardiff at the Banking Inquiry, the Urban-rural divide and the Greek Crisis

Coverage: RTE Radio 1:The Late Debate – Radio Discussion

Dr. Niamh Hourigan joined Keelin Shanley on the Late Debate for a debate on political and societal issues such as the Greek Crisis and the current Banking Inquiry.



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