John Walsh: If we want to survive the tax regime change, we have to start with fixing the parlous state of third-level funding
The ecosystem for research and development, and innovation, which are crucial to FDI, is underdeveloped but there is no political consensus on how to fill the gaping hole in the financing of education
Paul Krugman, the New York Times columnist, has deployed the term “leprechaun economics” to describe the Irish economy on a number of occasions over the past few years. Incredibly, he seemed to find this amusing until it was pointed out to him earlier this year that racial tropes are considered offensive. But that is an aside.
Krugman was feeding into a wider narrative about Ireland that has formed over the past couple of...
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Dan O’Brien: Our national inferiority complex fuels the move towards angry populism
Ireland is a reasonably well-functioning country by European standards, but you wouldn’t think it to listen to the rising number of ‘failed staters’
Aidan Regan: ‘One size fits all’ doesn’t work for Europe’s many varieties of capitalism
If we want to see a truly pan-European growth model, we should be hoping that the fiscal conservatives of the European Council are outflanked by a new progressive Franco-Italian-Iberian alliance
Average salary expected to rise 5-10% this year as Great Resignation continues
Morgan McKinley’s latest salary guide indicates that more than 80 per cent of workers are considering a career move in the next 6-12 months