[Ebook] The Rise and Fall of Irelands Celtic Tiger By Sean O'Riain – Anguillais.us

The Rise and Fall of Irelands Celtic Tiger In 2008 Ireland Experienced One Of The Most Dramatic Economic Crises Of Any Economy In The World It Remains At The Heart Of The International Crisis, Sitting Uneasily Between The US And European Economies Not Long Ago, However, Ireland Was Celebrated As An Example Of Successful Market Led Globalisation And Economic Growth How Can We Explain The Irish Crisis What Does It Tell Us About The Causes Of The International Crisis How Should We Rethink Our Understanding Of Contemporary Economies And The Workings Of Economic Liberalism Based On The Irish Experience This Book Combines Economic Sociology And Comparative Political Economy To Analyse The Causes, Dynamics And Implications Of Ireland S Economic Boom To Bust It Examines The Interplay Between The Financial System, European Integration And Irish National Politics To Show How Financial Speculation Overwhelmed The Economic And Social Development Of The 1990s Celtic Tiger.

[Ebook] The Rise and Fall of Irelands Celtic Tiger  By Sean O'Riain – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 324 pages
  • The Rise and Fall of Irelands Celtic Tiger
  • Sean O'Riain
  • 08 May 2018
  • 9781107009820

    14 thoughts on “[Ebook] The Rise and Fall of Irelands Celtic Tiger By Sean O'Riain – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    There have been a series of books that have sought to chart the rise and bust of the Irish economy Most of them have been aimed at a mass market and provide descriptive overview accounts, often focusing on specific issues such as property, banking or politics In the case of academic treatises, they tend to be quite disciplinary focused and concentrate on Ireland in isolation from wider European and global politics and economy Sean O Riain s account is holistic, nuanced, interdisciplinary and comparative over time and space As a result, it is the best account to date of the Celtic Tiger phenomena and its demise O Riain s lens is a combination of political economy and economic sociology, allied with a detailed reading of political science and economics Crucially, he keeps the lens broad and catholic, providing a focus on the political and economic processes and policies operating in Ireland over the past four decades, and situating and contextualising those developments with respect to the wider Western European political economy which he details is divided into four blocks, each with different perspectives on the relationship between state and market Social democrat,...


  2. says:

    The approach of sociological economics was a new one for me, and not exactly one I found pleasant There was nothing wrong with the content of the book or the argument that was being made, but I didn t find the style of writing engaging, and I don t think it will contribute much useful info to my ...

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