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Ireland's economic success : reasons and lessons / Paul Sweeney
Bib ID 4508057
Format BookBook
Author
Sweeney, Paul
 
Edition International ed. / with an introduction by Frances Cairncross with Daragh McDowell. 
Description Edinburgh : Dunedin Academic Press, 2008 
xvii, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781903765982
1903765986
Full contents
  • Introduction : all's changed, changed utterly
  • A brief economic history of Ireland
  • Peter Sutherland, international banker
  • David Begg, trade unionist
  • Frances Ruane, research institute director
  • Joe Macri, foreign investor
  • Gary McGann, CEO of the Irish multinational
  • Bertie Ahern, Taoiseach
  • Olivia O'Leary, broadcaster
  • Analysis of the reasons for the Irish economic success.
 
Notes

Originally published without the international introduction: Dublin : New Island, c2008.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects European Union -- Ireland.  |  Corporations -- Taxation -- Ireland.  |  Ireland -- Economic conditions -- 1949-  |  Ireland -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.

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