Planning for the post euro Irish economy.


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.

Dr. Liam Delaney discusses Behavioural Economics


Dr. Liam Delaney discusses Behavioural Economics. http://www.ucd.ie/geary/aboutus/people/liamdelaney/ With thanks to Dr. Stephen Kinsella http://www.stephenkinsella.net/ and the University of Limerick for facilitating today’s session. The Chat: Peter Carney >> (All): (queue) Q: Irish data gathering and utilisation is poor; why do you think we are so far behind in this regard? is this a demand or a supply issue? Colm Harmon >> (All): sorry to be so blunt – fact remains that the data does actually exist in the administrative files of Government and some will to sort them out will transform things Rob Gillanders >> (All): Since Peter got the … Continue reading Dr. Liam Delaney discusses Behavioural Economics

Mortgages, questions, comments and queries with Karl Deeter


This discussion is now over – recording will be up within 24 hours. When: Wednesday 15th at 4pm Financial adviser & analyst, operations manager of Irish mortgage brokers in Dublin. blogger & commentator. Karl Deeter QFA, (LIAM)dip Operations Manager http://www.mortgagebrokers.ie http://www.mortgagebrokers.ie/blog Continue reading Mortgages, questions, comments and queries with Karl Deeter

Rebuilding Ireland as a Knowledge Society


When: 3pm this Thursday December 16th. The core argument I’d like to make is that we cannot expect a knowledge and innovation-based economy to grow from a society which is still largely based around a secretive “wink & nod” culture. Cathal Furey (@cathalfurey) holds a BSc in Finance, Computing & Enterprise and an MA in International Relations. He currently lectures part-time in Dublin City University in Multimedia & Business and makes video content with @ptense (Present Tense Productions). Cathal recently won a 2010 Irish Web Award in the Best Guerilla Social Media Campaign category for the “Call for a General … Continue reading Rebuilding Ireland as a Knowledge Society

Minister Ciaran Cuffe on Ghost Estates


Minister Ciaran Cuffe October 29th Friday at 4.30 pm GMT.   The discussion will be held by Minister Ciaran Cuffe. Some of the chat here: Ryano >> (All): Will this be available for playback afterwards? Ryano >> (All): Audio great, no mic at this end though!>> (All): This meeting is now being recorded. joe >> (All): ff you can use this chat function ff >> (All): what would jim corr say! Ossian >> (All): When do you expect site resolution plans to be published? Ossian >> (All): Do you get the feeling that NAMA is overccome with work and slow … Continue reading Minister Ciaran Cuffe on Ghost Estates

Up and coming discussions on Wednesday nights, at 8pm GMT with Ronan Lyons


Scheduling:  Up and coming discussions on Wednesday nights, at 8pm GMT with Ronan Lyons. November  3rd: Ireland’s Unemployment crisis < We need to reschedule this event… technical difficulties from Oxford University are preventing us from broadcasting Ronan. Sincere apologies. November 17th: Signs from the rental market December    1st: Reforming the public service Previous discussions with Ronan Lyons can be found here. http://irishdebate.com/2010/08/25/ireland%E2%80%99s-competitiveness-debate/ Ronan is an independent economist with experience in public policy, national competitiveness, property markets and economic development. He has spoken on these topics widely, both in the Irish and international media and at conferences at home and abroad. Through his … Continue reading Up and coming discussions on Wednesday nights, at 8pm GMT with Ronan Lyons

The New Polymath is an enterprise comfortable with multiple technologies


You can read more about The New Polymath http://www.thenewpolymath.com/toc.php ©2010 All Rights Reserved.The New Polymathby Vinnie Mirchandani http://irishdebate.com/2010/08/12/the-new-polymath/ Continue reading The New Polymath is an enterprise comfortable with multiple technologies