Wednesday September 23, 2020

Irish universities strapped for cash

The Annual Competitiveness Report, published during the week, always contains sober reminders of how the Irish economy is really performing relative to international experience.

14th October, 2006

The Annual Competitiveness Report, published during the week, always contains sober reminders of how the Irish economy is really performing relative to international experience.

It also contains a treasure trove of facts about various relevant aspects of the economy, society and government spending.

Some of the most intriguing figures relate to education and how we don’t seem to be investing enough money in it. The government’s recent enterprise taskforce stressed the importance of higher education...

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