What would a no-deal Brexit mean for the biggest sectors of the Irish economy?
- September 13, 2019, 05:44
With a little over 48 days to Brexit, and UK prime minister Boris Johnson determined that the country leaves the EU, deal or no deal, Irish businesses(...)
No-deal Brexit capable of derailing economy and reigniting Troubles
- September 6, 2019, 05:19
The European Commission this week described Brexit as a “singular event” that “could constitute a major disaster”. The EU’s executive arm signalled it(...)
Merging two economies: How would a united Ireland add up?
- August 8, 2019, 11:18
As fears grow of a no-deal Brexit, the possibility of a Border poll on a united Ireland is back on the news agenda, even if the Government is saying i(...)
Dublin’s water supply system has mains that are so ancient that not updating them is not an option, and yet the city is served by an abundance of high(...)
Review of Local Property Tax necessary, says economist
- Irish News
- February 26, 2019, 12:05
A review of the Local Property Tax is necessary because property values have not been adjusted gradually, a leading economist has said. Edgar Morgenr(...)
Economics professor says State must consider ‘high-cost’ projects post-Brexit
- Irish News
- February 13, 2019, 20:17
The Government must consider building “high-cost” post-Brexit projects, including a proposed electricity interconnector to France at a cost of almost (...)
Is there any way to avoid a hard Border in a no-deal Brexit?
- January 23, 2019, 11:58
Can a hard Border on the island of Ireland be avoided in the event of a no-deal Brexit? Probably not, is the answer. Just as the European Commission s(...)
Hobnobs, flights and tea: The no-deal Brexit effect on our favourite things
- January 15, 2019, 16:50
Irish supermarkets are very vulnerable to changed circumstance. That has rarely been clearer than it was at the end of February last year when the few(...)