The Economic Development of Ireland in the Twentieth Century

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This book examines Irish economic development in the twentieth century compared with other European countries. It traces the growth of the Republic's economy from its separation from Britain in the early 1920s through to the present. It assesses the factors which encouraged and inhibited economic development, and concludes with an appraisal of the country's present state and future prospects.
 

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Contents

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The State of the Economy at Independence
From Free Trade to Protection 192246
Outward Reorientation 194772
Oil and Troubled Waters 197387
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Agriculture
Manufacturing
Retrospect and Prospect
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