Labour Economics, Political Economy, Electoral Systems, Applied Econometrics, Game Theory
Redmond, P., McGuinness, S., 2018. The gender wage gap in Europe: Job preferences, gender convergence and distributional effects. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming.
McGuinness, S., Pouliakas, K., Redmond, P., 2018. Skills mismatch: Concepts, measurement and policy approaches. Journal of Economic Surveys, 32 (4), 985-1015.
Redmond, P. 2017. Incumbent-challenger and open-seat elections in a spatial model of political competition. Public Choice, 170 (1-2), 79-97.
Redmond, P., Regan, J., 2015. Incumbency advantage in a proportional electoral system: a regression discontinuity analysis of Irish elections. European Journal of Political Economy, 38, 244-256.
Pastine, I., Pastine, T., Redmond, P., 2015. Incumbent-quality advantage and counterfactual electoral stagnation in the U.S. Senate. Politics, 35 (1), 32-45.
Redmond Paul, Seamus McGuinness and Bertrand Maitre. 2018. “An examination of the labour market transitions of minimum wage workers.” Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin.
Seamus McGuinness and Paul Redmond. 2018. “Estimating the effect of an increase in the minimum wage on hours worked and employment in Ireland.” Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin.
Maitre, Bertrand, Seamus McGuinness and Paul Redmond. 2017. “A study of minimum wage employment in Ireland: The role of worker, household and job characteristics.” Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin.
McGuinness, Seamus, Konstantinos Pouliakas and Paul Redmond. 2017. “How useful is the concept of skills mismatch?” International Labour Organisation, Employment Policy Department. ILO, Geneva.
Maitre, Bertrand, Seamus McGuinness and Paul Redmond. 2016. “A note on the national minimum wage.” Published as Chapter 6 of Recommendations for the National Minimum Wage 2016, Low Pay Commission, Dublin, Ireland.
Maitre, B., McGuinness, S., Redmond, P., 2016. A note on the national minimum wage. Published as Chapter 6 of Recommendations for the National Minimum Wage 2016, Low Pay Commission, Dublin, Ireland.