Economics in Ireland
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Ireland's Economic History : Crisis and Development in the North and South€19.99
This book explores the complex developments that have shaped Ireland's economic development, north and south, and led to recurring crises and instability.
Currency, Credit and Crisis : Central Banking in Ireland and Europe€28.99
Studies in Macroeconomic History. Currency, Credit and Crisis seeks to provide a coherent perspective on the functions of a central bank in a small country by assessing the way in which Ireland's financial crisis from 2010 to 2013 was handled.Temporarily out of stock, due soon
Austerity and Recovery in Ireland: Europe's Poster Child and the Great Recession€36.99
- A systematic analysis of the Great Recession, austerity, and subsequent recovery in Ireland
- Up to date analysis provides new information on the recovery
- Unique collection of chapters, each authored by experts in their fields Systematic assessment of the impact of the austerity... See more
Social and Economic Rights in Ireland€75.00This book provides a detailed examination of social and economic rights in Ireland.
The Economy of Ireland: Policy-Making in a Global Context€59.99
The thirteenth edition of the successful textbook The Economy of Ireland should be of interest to not just third-level students but a wide lay audience.
Principles of Economics€49.99
Updated edition of this successful textbook, which introduces the theory and practice of economics within an Irish and European context, with particular reference to both recent and current economic conditions.
TOS Will be back in stock on the 20th November.
Macroeconomics: An Irish and European Perspective€50.99
A new examination of macroeconomics that deals with topics relating to economic growth, unemployment and inflation, with particular emphasis on contemporary Irish and European economic issues.
Beating the Recession€14.99
The Seven Cs of Business Recovery. This book could save the life of your company
The Growth Illusion€25.99
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