Research

August 31, 2000

Obstacles to Cross-Border Mobility

In 2000 the Centre for Cross Border Studies was commissioned to undertake a preliminary study of the bureaucratic and other obstacles hindering the movement of people across the border to live and work, for the North/South Ministerial Council.Subsequently the North/South Ministerial Council (NSMC) commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers in Belfast and Indecon Economic Consultants in Dublin to prepare a […]

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June 14, 2000

North South Co-operation on Tourism: A Mapping Study

A mapping study, drawn up in early 2000, to inform the discussions of the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ specialist Study Group on existing co-operation, and the scope for further co-operation, between organisations in the two Irish jurisdictions around the tourism and hospitality industries in Ireland. The mapping study, based primarily on a brief period […]

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April 6, 2000

North South Co-operation on Agriculture and Food (including Forestry and Rural Development) : A Mapping Study

A mapping study, drawn up in early 2000, to inform the discussions of the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ specialist Study Group on existing co-operation, and the scope for further co-operation, between organisations in the two Irish jurisdictions around agriculture, rural development and the food industry. The mapping study, based primarily on a brief period […]

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April 1, 2000

North South Co-operation on Information and Communication Technologies (and related areas)

A mapping study drawn up to inform the discussions of the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ specialist Study Group on existing co-operation, and the scope for further co-operation, between organisations in the two Irish jurisdictions around information and communications technology. The mapping study, based primarily on a brief period of desk research, does not pretend […]

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