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.
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
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
Our next debate will be held on September 16th at 3pm GMT. You will be able to login here. https://meeting.onlinemeetingrooms.com/?page=guest&conid=Debate The discussion will be, Irish Banks: A hollistic reconstruction. Our host for the discussion will be Mr. Peter Mathews Twitter @bankermathews You can learn more about Peter Mathews here http://bankermathews.com/ Stark reality of losses at AIB and BoI must be faced The Irish Times Recently Published articles: Irish Examiner Op-Ed article 9th Sept 2010 Cattle to The Slaughter pdf file ExaminerAugust20P13.pdf Time to rethink bank rescue plan NAMA – Irish Examiner 6th August 2010 ANALYSIS page 13 analysis With thanks to … Continue reading Irish Banks: A hollistic reconstruction.
Is Irish entrepreneurship real? What is wrong with the Irish mindset. We have a narrative that suggest that we should all jump of the cliffs of Moher, there is no vision and the expected wave of entrepreneurs using the recession as an opportunity to start a business is not evident. Are Irish real entrepreneurs? Frank Hannigan will argue that they are, Yanky Fachler will argue that it is a myth and Ron Immink is somewhere in the middle and is worried about the conditions that are NOT being created to allow entrepreneurship to florish in Ireland. You will be able … Continue reading Frank Hannigan, Ron Immink and Yanky Fachler debate: Is Irish entrepreneurship real?
You can find more information on today’s debate and discussion here http://socialmedia.net/2010/06/22/links-and-notes-from-todays-irish-debate-ireland-is-in-an-ideal-position-to-recover-from- Many thanks to @markcahill and @ina of http://socialbits.net/ for providing Tom with bandwidth from their offices in Galway. Many thanks to all that attended. Some of the chat recorded: Tom Murphy >> (All): Do we have the links up John? John Breslin >> (All): DV / IIDC / USB John Breslin >> (All): is what I see John Breslin >> (All): There we go DavidCochrane >> (All): Howdy folks, just a gawker here, David Cochrane from Poltics.ie – this laptop’s camera has never worked, but probably better, my outdoor face … Continue reading Tom Murphy discusses Ireland and what makes us unique