Archive for February, 2012
Giving a talk tomorrow @ 1pm on the history of the Irish economy from 1922 to 2008, Central Library, ILAC Centre, Henry St, D.1 All Welcome!
MEMORIES OF GERY LAWLESS by D.R.O’Connor Lysaght.
Gery Lawless died on Saturday, 21st January at 7.42 a.m. At least that was what this writer was told. He was not present. […]
Great lecture by Professor Mary Mellor of Northumbria University on the rigged nature of GDP as a measure of economic activity, the conceptual blind-spots of modern macro-economics, as well an overview of money and credit theory. Very clear and easy to follow. The lecture itself is about one hour long, followed by Q&A.
The Taoiseach in a speech in Harvard yesterday :
I want to remind America and indeed that world of the ‘implicit’ wealth and value of Ireland and the Irish people A wealth that can never be ‘accumulated in banks, or measured by the markets or traded on the stock exchange.’
Which is an awful pity as it’s […]