Author(s): Graham Stull
Ireland's successful conclusion of the financial assistance programme provides an important opportunity to assess the prospects of the Irish economy to achieve good growth, to prevent future banking crises and to lock in budgetary and fiscal improvements that were achieved over the course of the Programme. It is also a natural opportunity to assess the adjustment undertaken under the programme, with a view to identifying lessons learned that can contribute to the academic debate, or that can serve as policy guidance for other countries facing similar economic challenges.
|KC-AI-14-524-EN-N (online)||KC-AI-14-524-EN-C (print)|
|ISBN 978-92-79-35173-0 (online)||ISBN 978-92-79-36133-3 (print)|
|doi: 10.2765/70391 (online)||doi: 10.2765/79510 (print)|
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