Stephen Kinsella

Stephen Kinsella

Articles by Stephen Kinsella

Stephen Kinsella: How Ireland can survive the flight from Britain’s shadow

Stephen Kinsella: How Ireland can survive the flight from Britain’s shadow

The way forward in the onrushing crisis that is Brexit is to pump money and resources into supporting our domestic firms in diversifying away from Britain

Stephen Kinsella: I would let Bus Éireann go

Stephen Kinsella: I would let Bus Éireann go

It's pretty clear that Bus Éireann is an expensive intervention the state no longer needs

“Ireland is the Lionel Messi of getting other people’s money. Trump might end that."

“Ireland is the Lionel Messi of getting other people’s money. Trump might end that."

Stephen Kinsella, economic commentator of the year, on whywe need to start treating Irish businesses the way we do multinationals

Stephen Kinsella: 'Tiny open economies like Ireland are more vulnerable than most to negative technology shocks'

Stephen Kinsella: 'Tiny open economies like Ireland are more vulnerable than most to negative technology shocks'

We should expect to see more announcements like HP

‘Trump’s not draining the swamp. He’s filling it up, and stoking another banking crisis

‘Trump’s not draining the swamp. He’s filling it up, and stoking another banking crisis

Ireland is very vulnerable to the re-nationalisation of US funds, writes Stephen Kinsella

Stephen Kinsella: US economic model not best for Irish workers

Stephen Kinsella: US economic model not best for Irish workers

Ireland is a European country, but culturally and economically we are much closer to the US

Stephen Kinsella: Ireland’s Brexit blues

Stephen Kinsella: Ireland’s Brexit blues

Time to adapt or die in the post-Brexit world order

Stephen Kinsella: Brexit has thrown up the question that we, as a group of peoples, must answer

Stephen Kinsella: Brexit has thrown up the question that we, as a group of peoples, must answer

Where exactly do we draw the line between North and South? Where do we go together?

Stephen Kinsella: Why can't we fix healthcare?

Stephen Kinsella: Why can't we fix healthcare?

It’s the system, stupid

Economic Outlook 2017: The start of a new age of anxiety

Economic Outlook 2017: The start of a new age of anxiety

On the advent of ‘Global Trumpism’, Stephen Kinsella, Ireland’s economic commentator of the year, reflects on its potential to destabilise the Irish economy

Public Pay: Good data makes for good policy

Public Pay: Good data makes for good policy

If we are to consider public pay and private pay in the right way, we need better data on public sector pay, terms, conditions and security

Rent control: brought forth by the healer

Rent control: brought forth by the healer

Rent controls help those currently renting and harm those seeking to rent in the future

Stephen Kinsella: Strange days indeed

Stephen Kinsella: Strange days indeed

The era of globalisation we have enjoyed since the 1970s may well be coming to an end

Stephen Kinsella: How do you evaluate an emotional claim?

Stephen Kinsella: How do you evaluate an emotional claim?

Governing is about making decisions. Sometimes those decisions are life and death

Stephen Kinsella: Evincing the emotion of housing

Stephen Kinsella: Evincing the emotion of housing

The role of the Central Bank is to be dispassionate and independent. It has tweaked the rules once. Will it change them again?