Irexit would generate even worse economic outcomes than Brexit alone, research from two economists suggests.
Joseph: Tech Firms Could Help Tackle the City’s Housing Challenges
Other cities are waking up to the connection between tech growth, inequality, and housing – and looking at how companies can step up to help.
Andy: Ireland Needs to Reduce Its Dependence on a Handful of Multinationals
Right now, a blow to even a single large player could have serious consequences for a lot of real jobs, writes UCD political economy lecturer Andy Storey.
Andy: Neutral Ireland Shouldn’t Be Increasing Military Spending
A significant increase in military spending seems no more prudent a use of scarce resources than the hire of luxury limousines, writes UCD political economy lecturer Andy Storey.
Andy: Is a Couple Making €140,000 Really in the “Squeezed Middle”?
Under the guise of helping the “squeezed middle”, the government is funneling money upwards to the elite while deepening deprivation for those on the bottom rungs of Irish society.
Can Giving Up a Few Beers Help Tackle Poverty?
By setting up a local chapter of Giving What You Can, a Dublin couple hope to get others to start donating 10 percent of their incomes.