Archive for the 'Irish Capitalism' Category
Care and Social Reproduction: Some Observations on Ireland from Conor McCabe
Barry and Conroy (2014) Ireland in Crisis: Women, Austerity and Inequality from Conor McCabe
Lynch and Lyons (2008) - The Gendered Order of Caring from Conor McCabe
I already covered this in the 2nd edition of Sins of the Father, but additional confirmation here.
From page 115 of ECB Annual Report for 2013. Thanks to Nessa Ni Chasaide of Debt and Development Coalition for the reference.
Presentation at the Communist Party of Ireland event, “We All Partied? They Partied, We Paid”. Connolly House, 29 March 2014.
Reflections on the Irish Business Class - CPI Public Meeting, 29 March 2014 from Conor McCabe
Slides for two-hr lecture, Wednesday in February and March, Mandate Office, Cavendish Row, Dublin 1.
Irish Political Economy, Lecture One: what is Political Economy? from Conor McCabe
Arrighi (2009) The Long Twentieth Century: Introduction from Conor McCabe
Jim Stanford, introduction to Economics for Everyone […]
“Financial sector developments, which are for the most part unrelated to the domestic economy, account for a significant portion of the rise in GNP. To the extent that these persist in contributing to growth in net factor income in the coming year, they would further support GNP growth unrelated to domestic consumption, investment or export […]
There are at least 728 companies with an address at 5 Harbourmaster Place, Dublin 1, IFSC.
Above is an ad currently on daft.ie for office space on the 2nd floor of that building. Earlier this year Nama announced that it was allocating up to €2 billion to facilitate the construction of yet more office space […]
The following are a series of quotes from recent newspaper articles which show how ‘legal obstacles’ and the constitution are insurmountable barriers to bringing about change, until people try to use the same arguments to challenge the government. Then legal issues that the people’s argument are based upon melt away overnight.
Protection of Life […]
Small protest today outside the offices of Arthur Cox, Earlsfort Terrace, to highlight the financialization of the city and the role that law firms such as Arthur Cox play in this process.
This was part of the Right to Housing and the City campaign which will be launched across Europe tomorrow, with the Dublin event taking […]
ust reading up on the origins of the ECB for a seminar at the end of November and there’s a paragraph here in Scheller’s history of the European Central Bank (2006) that throws some light I think on Haughey’s “living beyond our means’ speech in 1980. In March 1979 Ireland joined the EMU and within […]