Sean Whelan

Sean Whelan

Sean Whelan: From haulage to telecoms

Sean Whelan: From haulage to telecoms

What Britain’s white paper on Brexit means for Irish business

Migration hardliners will force hard Brexit

Migration hardliners will force hard Brexit

Migration is still a massive issue in this year’s elections in Europe, and it remains central to British Brexit negotiations

Economic Review 2016: Ignore the risks and pay the price

Economic Review 2016: Ignore the risks and pay the price

The current state of the world resembles a fiendishly difficult knot to many citizens, yet those in power seem unable to confront economic and political problems

Brexit – the plot thickens

Brexit – the plot thickens

After last week’s legal ruling in Britain, many pro-Brexit elements appear to be experiencing a painful meltdown

It’s deja vu all over again with the CCCTB show

It’s deja vu all over again with the CCCTB show

The idea of a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base will resurface on Tuesday in Strasbourg

Brexit fallout: Facing up to a sterling problem

Brexit fallout: Facing up to a sterling problem

Britain’s problems with foreigners will keep its government going down an inevitable road, writes Sean Whelan

Budget advice: do no harm

Budget advice: do no harm

While €300 million won’t go far, it won’t do much damage either

Apple: Ruling is a high-stakes game for all concerned

Apple: Ruling is a high-stakes game for all concerned

Forget knee-jerk patriotism, we need to play the national interest game – with thought

Economic indicators just don’t add up

Economic indicators just don’t add up

How can we have record low government borrowing costs alongside high jobless rates?

Taxing question: Was Brexit to blame?

Taxing question: Was Brexit to blame?

With Vat undershooting the Department of Finance’s estimates yet again, Brexit wasn’t entirely to blame

Sean Whelan: Lepronomics - an Irish solution to an Irish problem

Sean Whelan: Lepronomics - an Irish solution to an Irish problem

We need a statistical shillelagh to beat some sense out of the nonsense that we are confronted with

Sean Whelan: Making the most of leprechaun economics

Sean Whelan: Making the most of leprechaun economics

CSO data bomb could boost spend on infrastructure

Sean Whelan: Osborne’s sweet budget has a real kick

Sean Whelan: Osborne’s sweet budget has a real kick

Forget sugar tax – look at what Britain’s chancellor has taken from Ireland’s corporation tax

Lost in space in the euro starship enterprise

Lost in space in the euro starship enterprise

Understanding the moves of the European Central Bank takes us into Star Trek territory

Sean Whelan: Nothing is worse than what we have

Sean Whelan: Nothing is worse than what we have

Our system of government produces an economic crisis every two decades – and that’s not an accident, it is a pattern of behaviour