The book analyses the roles of banks builders developers regulators the eu the ecb the central bank of ireland and the irish financial regulator economists the media and a property driven populace during the various unfolding stages of the downfall of the celtic tiger. The fall of the celtic tiger ireland and the euro debt crisis antoin e murphy economists set themselves too easy too useless a task if in tempestuous seasons they can only tell us that when the storm is long past the ocean is flat again john maynard keynes a tract on monetary reform 1923 p. The fall of the celtic tiger ireland and the euro debt crisis donal donovan and antoin e murphy first comprehensive economic analysis of the fall of the celtic tiger. This book examines how the celtic tiger a high growth performing economy fell into a macroeconomic abyss it is a story that shows how the irish economy moved from a property market crisis to a banking crisis and fiscal crisis and how these three crises produced a fourth crisis the massive financial crisis of 2010. By 2000 ireland had achieved a remarkable macroeconomic performance producing 10 economic growth a budget surplus and a very low debt to gdp ratio emigration had disappeared and there was significant immigration from eastern europe by november 2010 economic growth was significantly negative the budget deficit was out of control and the debt to gdp ratio had risen to over 100
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