John Coakley

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John Coakley

John Coakley is an associate professor in the School of Politics & International Relations at University College Dublin. He specialises in the study of Irish politics, comparative politics and ethnic conflict. He is Vice President of the International Social Science Council and was formerly Director of the Institute of British-Irish Studies and Secretary General of the International Political Science Association.

Published Works[edit]

  • Coakley, J (2013) Reforming political institutions: Ireland in comparative perspective. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration.
  • Coakley, J (2012) Nationalism, ethnicity and the state: making and breaking nations. London: Sage.
  • Coakley, J; Trent, J; (2000) History of the International Political Science Association (with John Trent). Dublin: International Political Science Association.
  • Coakley, J; (2000) Handbook of the International Political Science Association. Dublin: International Political Science Association.

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