John Mccartney

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Housing shortage: while it is estimated that Dublin needed 7,000 new completions last year, there were in reality just 1,360.

Despite its reputation as a dismal science, economics is not immune to new thinking. In recent years, for example, behavioural economics (an ap(...)

The former Olhausen facility in Blanchardstown was among the sales in Q4, 2013. photograph: dara mac dónaill

Vacancy rates for industrial space in Dublin will continue to decline this year following a record take-up in 2013, according (...)

Researcher Dr John McCartney said with disposable incomes per person 20 per cent higher in Dublin than in other regions of the country this was lea(...)

While our attention has been focused on rebuilding the economy, profound changes in Ireland’s demographic structure have gone largely unnoticed.Howeve(...)

A ‘Start Your Own Business Scheme’ for people who have been unemployed for 15 months or more and  a tax break for home renovations are included in a range of Budget measures announced today.

A two-year tax break for unemployed people who start their own business has been welcomed as the boost that might reignite the almost stagnant constru(...)

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