INET Grant for Philip Lane Post author By Stephen Kinsella Post date January 11, 2012 Congratulations to Philip for the award of an INET grant in the Spring round of grants by the Institute. Categories In Uncategorized 7 Comments on INET Grant for Philip Lane By Stephen Kinsella Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Limerick. View Archive → ← New Fiscal Compact Draft → The ESRI Responds 7 replies on “INET Grant for Philip Lane” Congrats on two fronts If it was awarded before the budget it might have got taxed…. Congratulations to our boss and good to see him being recognised internationally! Comhgairdgeas, Philip! It’s well deserved recognition for the great work he does at Trinity for the economics department and at an international level. What with Philip Lane and Kevin O’Rourke getting big grants the economics department will be booming for the forseeable future. Well done. These things are very competitive and it takes something to land one. Great to hear. BOH. @ All, Congrats also to Fintan O’Toole also, on his recent appearance in the PBS documentary on Billy the Kid. Well worth checking on on PBS American website. BOH. @ Philip Lane Congratulations. This bit is interesting: “They emphasize inductive reasoning to escape the straightjacket of deductive reasoning founded on implausible assumptions.” Soros is much influenced by Popper isn’t he? Comments are closed.