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Understanding Ireland's Economic Crisis

Prospects for Recovery

by Stephen Kinsella Editor · Anthony Leddin Editor

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Ireland has experienced the largest destruction of wealth of any developed country during the 2007–10 economic crisis. Understanding Ireland's Economic Crisis brings together policy makers, union representatives and internationally recognised academics to examine Ireland's crisis from many different angles. The objective of this book is to provide an understanding of what caused the crisis and to develop a set of key recommendations to guide Ireland's policy makers into a post-crisis era. Understanding Ireland's Economic Crisis is written for a general audience, and should be of great interest to policy makers, researchers and students.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Orpen Press
Publication Date:
2010
Available in:
Ireland

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Anthony Leddin (Editor)

Anthony Leddin lectures in Economics in the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.

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Stephen Kinsella (Editor)

Stephen Kinsella lectures in Economics in the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.

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