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Working Papers

Gannon, B. and J. Roberts (University of Sheffield) Part-time work and Health among Older Workers in Ireland and Britain. WP-ICSG-2007-01.

Culllinan, J., Lyons, S. (ESRI) and B. Gannon. Estimating the Cost of Disability in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-05.

Walsh, K. et al. A Socio-Ethnographic Audit of Assistive Technology for Older Adults in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-09.

Gannon, B. and M. Munley (University of North Carolina) Age and Disability in Ireland: Is there wage discrimination? WP-ICSG-2007-02.

Gannon, B., Kennelly, B. and E. O’Shea. Eliciting Preferences for Resource Allocation in Mental Health Care in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-06.

Callan, A. Technological Interventions in the Social Care of Older Adults: The Current and Future Potential. WP-ICSG-2007-10

Gannon, B. Decomposition models and unobserved heterogeneity: An application to Wages, Disability and Age. WP-ICSG-2007-03.

Gannon, B., Kennelly, B. O’Shea E. and E. Hudson. Comparing Explicit and Implicit Rankings in Willingness-to-Pay for Mental Health Care. WP-ICSG-2007-07.

Gannon, B., O’Shea, E. and E. Hudson. Cost of Illness of Falls and Fractures in the over 65s in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2007-04.

Walsh, K. and O’Shea, E. The Older Adult Activity Group: Contributions to Members and the Community. WP-ICSG-2007-08.

Bailey C et al Place matters!: Experiential Environments and Technologies for Independent Living, in preparation for Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London, August 2008 WP-ICSG-2008-21

McLean, A. (with Roberts, S.) Environmental Press of “Empty” Space and Visibility of the Null among Older Persons: Consequences for Health and Well-being, WP-ICSG-2008-06

Walsh, K. Geographies of Age and Older Adult Well-Being: A Review of the Irish Context. WP-ICSG-2008-10

Callan, A., Health and Social Care Policy for Older People: The Irish Context. WP-ICSG-2008-14

Carney, G. and O’Shea E. “Finding solutions in the social economy: examining the potential of older people as social entrepreneurs” WP-ICSG-2008-18

McLean, A. The Fear of Dementia: the threat to full citizenship, WP-ICSG-2008-03

Bailey, C. Older Persons, Falls and Use of Home Space.WP-ICSG-2008-22

McLean, A., Traversing Dynamic Zones of Visibility and Invisibility in Person-Environment Relations: Implications for understanding intergroup penetration and identity (trans)/formation, WP-ICSG-2008-07

Gannon, B and Cullinan, J. Exploring the relationship between cost of disability and standard of living. WP-ICSG-2008-11

Callan, A., Willingness to Pay for Technology. Findings from an Irish Pilot Study WP-ICSG-2008-15

Carney, G. “After the Celtic Tiger: Can Social Partnership Innovate to Cater for an Ageing Population” to be presented at the Irish Social Science Platform conference, Dublin, September 2008. WP-ICSG-2008-19

McLean, A. Sustaining Personhood in the Community: Visible and Invisible Resources, WP-ICSG-2008-04

Ní Léime A. The Management of Dying and Death in Acute and Long-Stay Care Settings in Ireland: Communication, Culture and Care. WP-ICSG-2008-23

O’Shea, E. and Walsh, K. The Role of Migrant Health and Social Care Workers in Ageing Societies: The Irish Context. WP-ICSG-2008-08

Ni Leime, A. and O’Shea, E., Impact of participation in creative activity on well-being and community participation among older adults in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2008-12

Carney, G. “Strategies for Engagement in a Globalised World: Human Rights and Older People in the Republic of Ireland” WP-ICSG-2008-16

Gannon, B. and K. Walsh ‘Neighbourhood context and the onset of disability among older people in Ireland’ WP-ICSG-2008-01.

Bailey C, Sheehan C, Mclean A ‘Older Adults, ICT and Technology: Users’ Perspectives’ conference proceedings from Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, Launch Conference, Dublin 2007 WP-ICSG-2008-20

McLean, A. Homeliness - Smart home: Independence or isolation for the elderly? WP-ICSG-2008-05

Gannon, B. Davin B. Use of formal and informal care services among older people in Ireland and France. WP-ICSG-2008-24

Walsh, K. Ageing & Imprisonment: Inmate, Institution and Community Perspectives. WP-ICSG-2008-09

Mclean, A., Ethical Frontiers of ICT with Older Users: Issues of Homeliness. WP-ICSG-2008-13

Carney, G. and McLean, A. “Nurturing Wisdom in an Information Society” WP-ICSG-2008-17

McLean, A.(with Pendergast, D.) Technology Research for Independent Living, WP-ICSG-2008-02

Carney, G. Civic Culture as a framework for understanding ageing in diverse national contexts WP–ICSG-2009-16

Cullinan, J., Gannon, B., and O’Shea, E. Estimates of the Economic Cost of Disability for Older Persons in Ireland WP-ICSG-2009-01.

Carney, G. ‘Ageing States and Market Failure: can social entrepreneurship offer a ‘third way’? WP-ICSG-2009-05

Gannon, B. and R. Raab ‘Pensions, Financial Incentives and Retirement in Ireland’. WP-ICSG-2009-09.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. et al. (2009). Ageing Societies and Migrant Care Workers: A Global Perspective. WP-ICSG-2009-13

Raab, Roman. (2009). Financial incentives in the Austrian PAYG-pension system: Micro-estimation. International Studies Program Working Paper Series paper 0902, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University.

Cullinan, J., Gannon, B. The Impact of Ill-Health on Early Retirement Decisions in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2009-02

Carney, G. Ageing across the lifecycle: comparing third sector lobbies in the developmental welfare state’ WP-ICSG-2009-06

Bailey, C. (with Vanessa Buckley, Research Assistant, TRIL Centre) Recruiting and retaining older persons within a home based community pilot study using movement sensors. WP-ICSG-2009-10

Walsh, K. and O’Shea, E. (2009). Marginalised Care: Migrant Workers Caring for Older People in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2009-14

Cullinan, J. Developing and Applying a Continuous Space Representation of a Simulated Population. WP-ICSG-2009-03

Ní Léime, A and O’Shea, E. The impact of participating in creative activities on the quality of life and social networking for older people in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2009-07

Bailey, C. (with Ross O’Neill, Senior Engineer, TRIL Centre; Ben Dromey, Designer, TRIL Centre; Vanessa Buckley, Research Assistant, TRIL Centre) Multidiscipilinary team work and home based technologies research with older adults. WP-ICSG-2009-11

Walsh, K. (2009). The Nature and Dynamics of the Relationship between Migrant Carers and Older People. WP–ICSG-2009-15

Walsh, K and Carney, G. Bridging the Age Gap: social entrepreneurs tackling old age marginalisation. WP-ICSG-2009-04

Gannon, B. and Roberts, J *. Part-time work and Health among Older workers. WP-ICSG-2009-08. * University of Sheffield

Bailey, C. Learning for social change: older people and decision making WP-ICSG-2009-12

Carney, Gemma .The demographic bounty: older people, volunteering and social entrepreneurship. WP-ICSG-2010-03.

Walsh, K., Shutes, I. Quality of care and the relationship between migrant carers and older people. WP-ICSG-2010-07.

Shutes, I., Walsh, K. Implications of personalisation models for older adult care recipients and migrant care workers. WP- ICSG-2010-011.

Carney, Gemma. Deliberative democracy and institutional design: a participatory analysis of institutional contexts and decision-making strategies of the community sector in Irish social partnership’ WP-ICSG-2010-04.

Walsh, Kieran. Exploring the Impact of Nursing Home Life: Routines, Dependency and Measurement. WP-ICSG-2010-08.

O’Shea, E., Walsh, K. Ageing Societies and Migrant Care Workers: A Global Perspective. WP- ICSG-2010-012.

Carney, Gemma. ‘Clutching victory from the jaws of defeat? Management innovation in mobilizing reform of long-term care in the Republic of Ireland, submitted to Social Science and Medicine, March 2010. Currently being revised for review. WP-ICSG-2010-01.

Raab, Roman. Analysing pensions and retirement using SHARE data WP-ICSG-2010-05.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. Migration and Older Adult Care Policy in Ireland: Parallels, Failings and Intersections in Migrant Carers Caring for Older People. WP-ICSG-2010-09.

Power, A., Walsh, K. Personalisation and Informal Care: Strategies, Supports and Comparisons across Disability and Ageing. WP- ICSG-2010-013.

Ni Leime A and Carney, Gemma. What impact have resource constraints on the capacity of community organizations to engage in collective bargaining? lessons from the Irish case.’ WP-ICSG-2010-02.

Raab, Roman. Pension coverage and social exclusion in Ireland WP-ICSG-2010-06.

Walsh, K. O’Shea, E. Migrant Care Workers in the Irish Older Adult Care Sector: Substitutes or Contributors? WP-ICSG-2010-010.

Carney, G. (2011) ‘Civic Culture and Ageing: the Voices of Civil Society Organisations in Planning for Ageing in the Republic of Ireland’ Summary submitted to ‘Theorizing Age’ conference, Maastricht university, March 2011. WP-ICSG-2011-01

Callan, A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Ordering effects and preference certainty in a multi-good contingent valuation survey. WP-ICSG-2011-05

Carney, G., Dundon, T. & NiLeime, A. The role of Civil Society Organisations as new actors in social partnership in the Republic of Ireland. WP-ICSG-2011-09

Carney, G. and Ni Leime, A. (2011) Civil Society Actors in Ireland’s Developmental Welfare State: a participatory analysis of social policy reform Summary submitted to European Social Policy Association conference, March 2011. WP-ICSG-2011-02

Callan A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Perceptions and expectations of older people care in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2011-06

Timonen, V., Scharf, T., Conlon, C. & Carney, G. Intergenerational Solidarity and Justice in Ireland: Towards a New National Dialogue. WP-ICSG-2011-10.

Callan, A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Willingness to pay for Home Based Technology Programmes for Older People in Ireland. WP-ICSG-2011-03

Ni Leime, A., O’Shea, E. (2011) ‘The Impact of Arts Programmes on the Quality of Life, Well-Being and Social Interaction of Older People in Ireland’. WP-ICSG-2011-07

Callan, A., and O’Shea, E.(2011), Implicit and Explicit Rankings: Does Ranking Question Order Matter in Contingent Valuation? WP-ICSG-2011-04

Dolan, P., Quinn, G. & Scharf, T. (2011) The lifecourse social policy agenda for the next Government, Critical Perspectives Paper No. 1 (NUI Galway: Lifecourse Institute) WP-ICSG-2011-08