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I was interviewed on Today FM’s The Last Word with Matt Cooper about the collapse in support for mainstream parties ahead of the European elections. It starts 19 minutes in Tweet

Posted 22 May 2014 in Blog, Europe, Ireland, Politics
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Fintan O’Toole has written an excellent piece about the injustice of the EU’s treatment of Ireland during the crisis and the need for Ireland to stand up to the EU. He quotes liberally from European Spring, which he describes as a “fine new book”. Tweet

Posted 21 May 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring, Ireland, Irish Times
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In today’s Sunday [Irish] Independent, Colm McCarthy reviews European Spring in his column. He concludes: “This book… is a spirited and readable account of the biggest policy failure to have afflicted the European project since its inception almost 60 years ago.” Thank you. Tweet

Posted 11 May 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring, Ireland
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              European Spring was launched in Dublin on Tuesday in the magnificent Long Room of Trinity College Dublin. A huge thank you to Senator Sean Barratt for speaking, to Brian Lucey for organising, to Sam Vigne for selling books and to Anne-Marie Diffley and all her team for hosting […]

Posted 08 May 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring, Ireland
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Posted 08 Dec 2010 in Blog, Ireland, Uncategorized
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Pat Kenny interviewed me on RTE1’s The Frontline on 29 December 2010 about the EU/IMF “bailout” and Ireland’s banking and debt crisis. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Tweet

Posted 02 Dec 2010 in Blog, euro, Finance, Ireland, Media
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I was interviewed on the BBC World Service’s Business Daily programme about Ireland, the euro and Europe’s banking and sovereign debt crisis. You can listen to the interview here. Tweet

Posted 02 Dec 2010 in Blog, euro, Finance, Ireland, Media
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“Los casi 100.000 millones que se piden a la eurozona no son una ayuda, sino un préstamo que habrá que devolver con altos tipos de interés. La factura sale a unos 23.000 euros por irlandés: los ciudadanos tendrán que pagar mucho dinero para salvar a sus bancos y por la pésima gestión del Gobierno”, advirtió […]

Posted 22 Nov 2010 in Blog, El País, Ireland
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Financial Times, 18 November 2010. The government’s fatal mistake was guaranteeing all the banks’ bondholders

Posted 19 Nov 2010 in euro, Financial Times, Ireland, Published articles
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This is a slightly longer version of an article that appeared in the FT. Euro-phobes can scarcely contain their joy at the Irish crisis – proof positive, in their eyes, of the folly of the single currency. But while the euro-zone certainly needs reform, the notion that the euro is to blame for Ireland’s travails […]

Posted 19 Nov 2010 in Blog, euro, Ireland
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I spent a fantastic weekend in Kilkenny, at Kilkenomics, Ireland’s first economics (and comedy) festival. Despite (and because of) the crisis, it was a sell-out. Congrats to Richard Cook and David McWilliams for putting on a superb event, hopefully the first of many. The Irish government now appears to be in talks with the EU […]

Posted 15 Nov 2010 in Blog, euro, Europe, Finance, Ireland
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Paschal Donohoe, Senator for Dublin Central, and @PaschalD on Twitter, has posted a very positive review of Aftershock on his blog. Thank you. Tweet

Posted 02 Jun 2010 in Aftershock, Blog, Ireland
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I was interviewed on RTE Radio 1’s Today with Pat Kenny show today about Aftershock and prospects for Ireland’s economy. Listen to it here. Tweet

Posted 12 May 2010 in Aftershock, Blog, Finance, Global Economy, Ireland
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Once-poor countries such as Greece and Ireland were long countries of emigration. Then came the long economic boom, and they became countries of immigration – spectacularly so in Ireland’s case. But now boom has turned to bust, and people are increasingly emigrating again, as a recent BBC documentary highlighted. As Emmet Oliver pointed out in […]

Posted 27 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Europe, Greece, Immigration, Ireland
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Posted 02 May 2007 in Blog, Immigration, Ireland, Media