Stephen Kinsella

Stephen Kinsella

Articles by Stephen Kinsella

Stephen Kinsella: Beware of political parties bearing gifts

Stephen Kinsella: Beware of political parties bearing gifts

All parties insist their election promises are costed. That’s not quite the full story

Stephen Kinsella: Chaos in the Middle East means trouble for us

Stephen Kinsella: Chaos in the Middle East means trouble for us

The fall in oil prices is good news for consumers. But the market strife behind it certainly isn’t

Outlook 2016: Gombeen politics and the fear of missing out

Outlook 2016: Gombeen politics and the fear of missing out

Can we heal the nation's social and infrastructural ills?

Stephen Kinsella: Janet Yellen gets the timing right

Stephen Kinsella: Janet Yellen gets the timing right

When will we follow the Fed to normality?

Stephen Kinsella: Yes we can? Yes we did

Stephen Kinsella: Yes we can? Yes we did

Obama's stimulus package has paid dividends, but what now for the rest of us?

Kinsella: Super nerds send a movie into stratosphere

Kinsella: Super nerds send a movie into stratosphere

Business models are changing to suit ‘super fans’ as the internet revolution continues

Stephen Kinsella: Time to party like it’s 2006 - or 2002, or 1976, or 1968

Stephen Kinsella: Time to party like it’s 2006 - or 2002, or 1976, or 1968

High tax revenues are one thing, but it’s what the government does with them that counts

Stephen Kinsella: Tax take fuels unrealistic expectations

Stephen Kinsella: Tax take fuels unrealistic expectations

The worry is that we will begin to repeat history

Stephen Kinsella: Ireland - a great little country to do business

Stephen Kinsella: Ireland - a great little country to do business

In the long run, this sort of merger could be a headache for us

Stephen Kinsella: Terrorism comes with more than one cost

Stephen Kinsella: Terrorism comes with more than one cost

Political violence doesn’t just kill people in their thousands – it also strangles economic life

Stephen Kinsella: Brexit stage left?

Stephen Kinsella: Brexit stage left?

The ESRI report into the effects of Britain leaving the EU is not recommended bedtime reading

Stephen Kinsella: A tale of two prodigals

Stephen Kinsella: A tale of two prodigals

We shamed ourselves by heaping scorn on Greek politicians who were trying to do their best for their people

Stephen Kinsella: I’m afraid of sandcastles

Stephen Kinsella: I’m afraid of sandcastles

We’re stuck in a loop of making fiscal plans that get washed away

Stephen Kinsella: Top Tips For TTIP

Stephen Kinsella: Top Tips For TTIP

Your guide to the ins, outs and intricacies of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Stephen Kinsella: An election special or a missed opportunity?

Stephen Kinsella: An election special or a missed opportunity?

Our economic rebound won’t last for ever, but the government is foolishly spending as if it will