Monthly Archives For September 2011

Duelling Stats

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It is difficult enough to wade through the mountain of data to assess what is really happening in the Irish economy. It doesn’t help when we have ministers selectively celebrating selective stats. Take Minister Richard…

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Why Ireland is an EU corporate tax haven

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A couple of weeks ago Nicholas Shaxson, author of Treasure Islands mentioned on his blog that the Progressive Tax blog had become defunct and that many of the important posts on it were no longer available on…

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Wiping Clean the Anglo/INBS Debt Slate

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This was originally co-written for Progressive-Economy.ie with Michael Burke and Tom McDonnell. The Anglo-Irish and Irish Nationwide debt must become a major political issue. The Anglo/INBS debt-burden is an unjust and unwarranted charge which the…

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