Competitiveness in the Science-Based Economy – The Irish Experience
Karl Aiginger (),
Sean Dorgan and
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Ireland has been the most successful economy in the OECD over the past 10 years. It has achieved a growth rate averaging 7 percent a year since 1990 or 9 percent a year over the past 7 years. This presentation reviews the contributory factors to Ireland's recent economic success, including some unique aspects of Irish development and the special roles of inward investment and of education ...
Keywords: Competitiveness; in; the; Science-Based; Economy; –; The; Irish; Experience; European; Union; Economic; Policy; Issues; for; the; Next; Decade (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2003 Written 2003-12-01
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