Category Archives: Ireland

Dec 16 2016

Windfall Revenues in Europe: What’s Next?

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By Juergen Braunstein, Marion Labouré and Julius Sen European countries need to start thinking of what to do with windfall tax revenues from multinationals. We argue that there is a need to create a structure addressing the risks relating to … Continue reading

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Mar 9 2015

Would the United Kingdom survive an exit from the EU?

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By Sionaidh Douglas-Scott   In September 2014, the UK survived one of the most serious threats to its constitutional existence – the very closely run Scottish referendum on independence. That this was indeed perceived as a huge risk to the … Continue reading

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Jun 30 2014

Punishment of mainstream national parties, not Euroscepticism, is behind Irish results

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By Paul Nulty The outcome of the European elections in Ireland reflected those across much of Europe — losses for the traditional establishment parties, gains for populist, Eurosceptic and anti-austerity candidates. However, in addition to the resentment of austerity measures … Continue reading

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Feb 7 2014

First Step to Solving the Eurozone Crisis: Change our Perceptions

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By Terence Tse How not to save a company Imagine the following. Your company is on the verge of bankruptcy. The only way to get out of this is to get all your employees to put in more efforts and … Continue reading

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Nov 12 2013

Will He Stay or Will He Go? The Post-Bailout Role of the Irish PM in Europe

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By Michael Courtney With the next European Parliament elections only seven months away, discussion is heating up on the likely contenders for the prominent positions of European Commission President and European Council President. As early as August of this year … Continue reading

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