2 edition of Regional industrial policies in the Republic of Ireland found in the catalog.
Regional industrial policies in the Republic of Ireland
Reprinted from: Studies in Public Policy, no.85.
|Statement||by Micael Ross.|
|Series||Reprint series / Economic and Social Research Institute -- no.62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi,115 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
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Industrial policy in the Republic of Ireland Briefing note: October Christian Stensrud Between andIreland’s average five-year gross national product (GNP) growth rate was four per cent per annum.1 This strong growth rate was partly caused by a long-term industrial policy.
Contact the ESRI. The Economic and Social Research Institute Whitaker Square Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2. Telephone + 1 Fax + 1 The Regional Dimension of Industrial Policy and Performance in the Republic of Ireland Trinity Economic Paper Series Policy Paper No. 98/3 JEL Classification R12, R58 Lynn Killen Frances Ruane School of Computer Applications Department of Economi cs Dublin City University Trinity College Dublin 9.
Dublin 2. [email protected] [email protected] Abstract. The Regional Dimension of Industrial Policy and Performance in the Republic of Ireland From its inception in the late s, Irish industrial policy has attempted to disperse industrial plants across regions, thereby avoiding the problem of rural-urban migration experienced by.
success or failure of Ireland’s industrial strategy and the regional distribution of companies and employment has been constantly monitored. In the past decade, policy has focused on other attributes of FDI, in particular on profits, technology, and linkages.
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