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The cost of Irish unity: Non-partisan research and debate

Such work is being published and disseminated by Arins (Analysing and Researching Ireland North and South), a joint project of the Royal Irish Academy and the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Arins was established in the aftermath of Brexit.

The Conversation

How to battle boredom at work

Casher Belinda,  Assistant Professor of Management and Organization, University of Notre Dame

GOP leaders pursue new lawsuits over 2024 election rules – including attacking methods of voting they want supporters to use

The willingness to bring more marginal legal cases reflects how the amount of money being put toward election litigation has increased significantly, said Derek Muller, an election law professor at the University of Notre Dame who noted that the trend also applies to Democrats and outside groups across the ideological spectrum.

War by algorithm raises new moral dangers

Mary Ellen O’Connell, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame who supports a ban on LAWS, says that realists tend to favour the projection of power over the protection of the rule of law.

The Ladders

Dull happens: Here’s how to stop boredom from impeding productivity

“Like whack-a-mole, downplaying boredom on one task results in attention and productivity deficits that bubble up during subsequent tasks,” says lead author Casher Belinda, assistant professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, in a university release.

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