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The Economy Of Ireland

Author : John W. O'Hagan
ISBN : 9780717166640
Genre : Business & Economics
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An essential book for students of economics as well as economists and policymakers. The twelfth edition of this enduring and popular book surveys all major changes in the Irish economy in the past fifteen years, with particular emphasis on the last five years. In this new edition, the authors examine: The broad historical context to a study of the Irish economy. Ireland’s hard landing, recovery and prospects for economic growth and employment in the years ahead. The changing role of the state in policy making and the increasing importance of euro-zone governance and institutions, especially in the monetary area. Taxation in all its dimensions, including the issue of national debt. The importance of competitiveness as a major policy objective. The changing emphasis on quality-of-life indicators and distribution as objectives of policy. The role of regulation in various areas of the economy and society. Energy and the environment, in particular the issue of security of supply. Employment, unemployment and migration challenges facing Ireland. Evidence on and policy issues relating to income and wealth. The internationally traded sectors of manufacturing and services. The importance of the health and education sectors, the rationale for state intervention and measures of effectiveness. The importance of the agri-food sector in terms of production, distribution, and food safety. Through twelve editions, The Economy of Ireland holds an integral place in the literature on Ireland’s economy.
Category: Business & Economics

The Economy Of Ireland

Author : John O'Hagan
ISBN : 9781137611079
Genre : Business & Economics
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The thirteenth edition of the successful textbook The Economy of Ireland should be of interest to not just third-level students but a wide lay audience. The story of the Irish economy, at the heart of the euro zone has been one of the most remarkable in the developed world in the last twenty years. There are four major parts to the book: (i) historical, international and political contexts; (ii) state expenditure, taxation and regulation; (iii) performance in terms of employment, living standards and income distribution; and (iv) analysis of six key sectors, agri-food, trades goods and services, energy, housing, education and health.
Category: Business & Economics

The Economy Of Ireland

Author : John William O'Hagan
ISBN : 0333642104
Genre : Ireland
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This text provides an account of the main features, performance and associated policy issues of the economy of Ireland in the 1990s. Its integration with the British economy, while also a member of the European Union, is one of the factors addressed
Category: Ireland

The Economic Development Of Ireland In The Twentieth Century

Author : Thomas Giblin
ISBN : 9781134973033
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book examines Irish economic development in the twentieth century compared with other European countries. It traces the growth of the Republic's economy from its separation from Britain in the early 1920s through to the present. It assesses the factors which encouraged and inhibited economic development, and concludes with an appraisal of the country's present state and future prospects.
Category: Business & Economics

The Atlantic Economy

Author : Denis O'Hearn
ISBN : 0719059747
Genre : Business & Economics
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This title is suitable for final year undergraduates, postgraduates and academics in the fields of Irish studies, development economics and comparative history.
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A Rocky Road

Author : Cormac Ó Grd̀a
ISBN : 0719045843
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 70.89 MB
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Most Irish historians agree that the southern Irish economy performed very badly between 1920 and the early 1960s. This volume critically compares new data for a fresh perspective. While providing a comprehensive narrative for a specialist audience, it also addresses those aspects of the record that are of interest to general readers. 25 illustrations.
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An Economic History Of Ireland Since Independence

Author : Andy Bielenberg
ISBN : 9780415566940
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book provides a cogent summary of the economic history of the Irish Free State/Republic of Ireland. It takes the Irish story from the 1920s right through to the present, providing an excellent case study of one of many European states which obtained independence during and after the First World War. The book covers the transition to protectionism and import substitution between the 1930s and the 1950s and the second major transition to trade liberalisation from the 1960s. In a wider European context, the Irish experience since EEC entry in 1973 was the most extreme European example of the achievement of industrialisation through foreign direct investment. The eager adoption of successive governments in recent decades of a neo-liberal economic model, more particularly de-regulation in banking and construction, has recently led the Republic of Ireland to the most extreme economic crash of any western society since the Great Depression.
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Author : Cormac Ó Gráda
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009750493
Genre : Art
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Cormac O Grada unites historical research with economic theory in this original and stimulating book, which will be essential reading for all students of Irish history. Within a broadly chronological framework, Ireland offers a fresh, comprehensive examination of all the well-known puzzles of Irish economic history including the inevitability of the Famine, the role of land tenure in agricultural backwardness, and the failure of the economy to industrialize. OGrada's account is both accessible, with technical discussion kept to a minimum, and intellectually exciting.
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