What: The fiscal compact: When: Saturday, February 11th at 12.00 (Login from 11.50 am) Professor of Finance Brian M Lucey will be discussing “The fiscal compact” You can read more on this: http://brianmlucey.wordpress.com/2012/02/04/the-fiscal-compact-maybe-inevitable-hardly-sensible/ Follow Professor Lucey on Twitter @brianmlucey Continue reading The fiscal compact with Professor of Finance, Brian M Lucey
What: Planning for the post euro Irish economy. When: Wednesday, November 16th at 11.30 Professor in Finance Brian M Lucey will be discussing “Planning for a post Euro Economy” You can read more on this: http://brianmlucey.wordpress.com/2011/11/11/planning-for-the-post-euro-irish-economy/ Continue reading Planning for the post euro Irish economy.
Our recording from today’s discussion. Many thanks to Professor Joe Haslam for taking the time. *Tip: Try the HD version. Joe haslam: 1. Ireland is small open economy v Spain a large closed economy Joe haslam: 2. I live in Madrid and although I travel to other places, Madrid is not Spain. Joe haslam: 3. I look more at qualitative trends than quantitative ones. Joe haslam: 4. Who I work most closely with is people trying to start a business Joe haslam: 5. Civil Service is good, but regional administration and politicians less so. Joe haslam: 6. Spain not very open … Continue reading Southern Europe – Why it is like Ireland and why it is not.
Please visit with http://thepeopleseconomy.com/ for more details. If we don’t default, what’s the best way to pay off our debt? pdosullivan >> (All): Looking good Ronan! Peter >> (All): Why were SF and New Vision not more vocal about borrowing money from China as an option if the EU/IMF do not play ball? Steve Daley >> (All): Hey Ronan, I’ll throw in some questions ahead of the crowd. To get started, whilst there is clearly scope for tax reform. Isn’t it more urgent to discuss how we can grwo the economy. This may mean borrowing in order to invest. Rather than fiscal probity which smacks of accepting budget constraints and diminishing the scope … Continue reading Peoples Economy Ronan Lyons Day 9.
Please visit with http://thepeopleseconomy.com/ for more details. Mortgage Arrears and Negative Equity with Dr. Stephen Kinsella. With thanks to our technology partners. Johnny Waldron >> (All): Can you confirm 790k mortgages, 44k in 90 day arrears, 35k interest only, 13k worried about arrears Deeter >> (All): Johnny Waldron: think he mean 13,000 worried about repo’s as they haven’t paid in a year or more Kourosh >> (All): does that mean we need a United States of Europe? Dan >> (All): What do you think of repossession moratoriums, another way of kicking the can down the street? Cliff Edwards >> (All): … Continue reading Mortgage Arrears and Negative Equity with Dr. Stephen Kinsella
Please visit with http://thepeopleseconomy.com/ for more details. Questions Asked. Andy >> (All): Hi David. I’m just curious about your referendum idea: what makes you think the “democrats” in Europe will listen to a referendum on the bailout when they refused to listen to the Lisbon Treaty ‘No’ votes? . Alan >> (All): I was watching the week in politics last night, Gerry Adams is stealing your ideas Vicky >> (All): On your show on Sat a texter indicated possible Chinese stake in our banks – do you think this is good or bad liam >> (All): Also interestd in China. … Continue reading Peoples Economy David McWilliams Day 6 Q&A
You can get more information on http://thepeopleseconomy.com/the-economists/ Questions Asked: Kevin >> (All): I’ve listened to Sinn Fein’s take on the dealing with the economy and the bank debt. What is your take on it, do you think they are being realisitic or are they a bridge too far? brian greene >> (All): do the ATMs run dry brian greene >> (All): Sinn Fein call for the separation. victoria kenny >> (All): OK — do you think FG will be a good single government with Independents? brian greene >> (All): Portugal buy back 250m euro debt this morning victoria kenny >> (All): What does … Continue reading Peoples Economy Brian M Lucey Day 3. What happens if the banks go bust?