John FitzGerald’s ESRI piece has added to the debate on income inequality in the Irish context, with some reaction from TASC’s Cormac Staunton, the Irish Times’ Chris Johns, and some other guy giving the flavour of the exchanges from right and left.
Edit: I think David’s forthcoming ESR piece (.pdf) is a real contribution to the debate and should be noted up here, too.
This WSJ article explains why UK can be more attractive than Ireland as an inversion location.
Bond yields continue to decline for now – FT update here.
Seamus Power, a PhD student at the University of Chicago, is conducting a short survey on the economic situation in Ireland. The link is here if you are willing to fill it out. There is also an email address for the study if you have questions or comments.
“You will be asked to read a very short narrative and asked some questions based on it. Participation is voluntary and is expected to take 5 minutes.”
Economic Letter from the Central Bank here.
Harold James provides the latest addition to the VoxEU series on WW1, here.
Neil Irwin writes in the NYT here.
Interesting short article in today’s Irish Times.