Books & Chapters

SELECTED BOOKS

• Chari, R., Crepaz, M., Hogan, J. and Murphy, G. 2018. Regulating Lobbying: A Global Comparison. 2nd  Manchester: Manchester University Press. (Publication Pending)

• Hogan, J., and Howlett, M. (Eds.) 2015. Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice: Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

• Hogan, J., Donnelly, P. and O’Rourke, B. 2010. Irish Business and Society. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan.
http://www.gillmacmillan.ie/economics/economics/irish-business–society

• Chari, R., Hogan, J. and Murphy, G. 2010. Regulating Lobbying: A Global Comparison. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/catalogue/book.asp?id=1204449

• Hogan, J., Dolan, P. and Donnelly, P. 2009. Approaches to Qualitative Research – Theory and its Practical Application: A Guide for Dissertation Students. Cork: Oak Tree Press.

SELECTED BOOK CHAPTERS

• O’Rourke, B. K. and Hogan, J. 2017.  ‘Frugal Comfort from Ireland: Marginal tales from an austere isle’.  In Stephen McBride and Bryan Evans (Eds.), Constitutionalizing Austerity in the 21st Century.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

• MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R., and Hogan, J. 2017. ‘Measuring longitudinally the brand equity of Irish political parties.’ In Anna Matuskova (Ed), New Trends in Marketing and Politics. Prague: Charles University Press.

• Feeney, S, and Hogan, J.  2017.  ‘Using Drawings to Understand Civic Engagement’.  In A. P. Buckley and K. Lawlor (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Research Methods  in Business and Management.  Reading: ACPI.

• Hogan J. and O’Rourke, B. K. 2015.  The critical role of ideas: Understanding industrial policy changes in Ireland in the 1980s. In J. Hogan and M. Howlett (Eds.), Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice: Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

• Hogan J. and Howlett M.  2015.  Reflections on our Understanding of Policy Paradigms and Policy Change. In J. Hogan and M. Howlett (Eds.), Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice: Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

• O’Rourke, B. and Hogan, J. 2013. ‘Reflections in the eyes of a dying tiger: Looking back on Ireland’s 1987 economic crisis’ in Antoon Gewijde Herwig De Rycker and Zuraidah Mohd Don (eds) Discourse and Crisis: From Immediacy to Reflection. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

• Hogan, J. 2010. ‘Economic Crises and the Changing Influence of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions on Public Policy’ in J. Hogan, P. Donnelly, and B. K. O’Rourke (eds), Irish Business and Society. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan.

• Hogan, J., Donnelly, P. and O’Rourke, B. 2010. ‘Introduction’ in J. Hogan, P. Donnelly, and B. K. O’Rourke (eds), Irish Business and Society. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan.

• Murphy G. and Hogan J. 2010. ‘Fianna Fáil, the Trade Union Movement and the Politics of Macroeconomic Crises, 1970–82,’ in Brian Girvin and Gary Murphy (eds), Continuity, Change and Crisis in Contemporary Ireland, pp. 119-140. Dublin: Routledge.

• Hogan, J., Dolan, P. and Donnelly, P. 2009. ‘Introduction’ in John Hogan, Paddy Dolan, and Paul Donnelly (eds), pp. 1-18, Approaches to Qualitative Research – Theory and its Practical Application: A Guide for Dissertation Students. Cork: Oak Tree Press.

• Hogan, J. and Doyle, D. 2009. ‘Piercing the Armoured Policy: Ideas and Macroeconomic Policy Change in Ireland and the UK,’ in John Hogan, Paddy Dolan, and Paul Donnelly (eds), Approaches to Qualitative Research – Theory and its Practical Application: A Guide for Dissertation Students pp. 151-184. Cork: Oak Tree Press.

• Murphy, G. Chari, R. and Hogan, J. 2009. ‘The Politics of Regulating Lobbyists: Assessing the Attitudes of Actors in the World of Regulated Lobbying,’ in Conor McGrath (ed.), Interest Groups & Lobbying: Volume One – The United States, and Comparative Studies, pp 297-328. London: Edwin Mellen Press.

SELECTED BLOG POSTS

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J., and O’Rourke, B. K. 2017. “Do our universities create the political elite?” The BERA Blog, 27 July. Available at: Click here to see more

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J., and O’Rourke, B. K. 2017.  “Just how elitist are the higher education backgrounds of our political leaders?”  The LSE British Politics and Policy Blog, 14 June. Available at: Click here to see more

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J., and O’Rourke, B. K. 2017. “Comparing the elitist higher education backgrounds of political leaders.” The Political Insight Blog, 23 May.  Available at: Click here to see more

• Hogan, J. 2015. “Jumping In At The Deep End: Ireland’s New Lobbying Law.” The Holmes Report, 14 May. Available at: Click here to see more

• O’Rourke, B. K., Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. F. 2015. “Educating for Advantage: Exclusive Schools and Senior Politicians.” Politics Blog. 16 April. Available at: Click here to see more.

• O’Rourke, B. K., Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. F. 2014. ‘UK political elite networks are formed early in life and in specific fee-paying schools’, Democratic Audit UK, 7 November. Available at: Click here to see more.

• O’Rourke, B. K., Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. F. 2014. “Elites and influence in the UK and Ireland: A new set of indices overcomes the difficulties in comparing elite formation systems”. London School of Economics, British Politics and Policy Blog, 4 November. Available at: Click here to see more.

• O’Rourke, B. K., Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. F. 2014. “Elites, Influence and the Schooling of Irish and UK Cabinet Ministers”. Political Studies Association Insight Plus blog available at: Click here to see more.

• MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R. and Hogan, J. 2014. Measuring political brand equity in the Republic of Ireland. Available at: Click here to see more.

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