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by Denis O'Hearn

Author: Denis O'Hearn
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Pluto Press (September 1, 1998)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Politics
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O'Hearn addresses some difficult but crucial questions, such as whether Ireland's apparent success is self-sustaining and what . the myths associated with the Celtic tiger is a timely and convincing contribution.

O'Hearn addresses some difficult but crucial questions, such as whether Ireland's apparent success is self-sustaining and what lessons can be learned from the downturn of the comparable East Asian economies.

Inside the Celtic Tiger book. Inside the Celtic Tiger: The Irish Economy and the Asian Model (Contemporary Irish Studies). 0745312888 (ISBN13: 9780745312880).

Cite this chapter as: Sperry A. (2015) Dennis O’Driscoll’s Beef with the Celtic Tiger. In: Kirkpatrick . Faragó B. (eds) Animals in Irish Literature and Culture.

O’Hearn (2001) The Atlantic Economy: Britain, the US, and Ireland (Manchester: Manchester University Press), 53–4. 28. C. Edie (1970) The Irish Cattle Bills: a Study in Restoration Politics (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society), . oogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Sperry A. Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature. Palgrave Macmillan, London. 1057/9781137434807 4.

its aftermath by leading contemporary Irish poets

its aftermath by leading contemporary Irish poets. In discussing how established Irish poets such as Derek Mahon, Paula Meehan, Rita Ann. Higgins and Denis O’Driscoll have conveyed in their work significantly polarized frames of. argument on the merits or discontents of the Tiger Years, this paper seeks to provide an. understanding of why themes exploring innocence, denial and anxiety have been such a.

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The miraculous turnaround in the fortunes of the southern Irish economy during the 1990s fooled most experts. The upturn began in the early 1990s, following one of the worst economic periods in the history of the Irish state. The economy then ‘took off’ in 1994 for seven years of sustained high growth that earned the Irish Republic the popular name of the ‘Celtic Tiger’. The Celtic Tiger emerged from a historic expansion in the United States that was centred on the information technology (IT) industry

He is the author of Inside the Celtic Tiger.

During his talk, entitled Reassessing the Celtic Tiger: Its Rise and Fall, Professor O'Hearn speaks about his work in light of recent events. Professor O Hearn is Professor of Sociology, Binghamton University, State University of New York and has published extensively on Ireland, social movements, the sociology of economic change and much more. He is the author of Inside the Celtic Tiger, which cast an important critical eye on, and raised fundamental questions of, the former economic boom's sustainability and its social impact.

Source for information on O'Hearn, Denis 1953-: Contemporary Authors .

Source for information on O'Hearn, Denis 1953-: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Inside the Celtic Tiger: The Irish Economy and the Asian Model, Pluto Press (Sterling, VA), 1998. The Atlantic Economy: Britain, the . and Ireland, Manchester University Press (New York, NY), 2001.

It extends into a range of topics, including archaeology, art, music, literature, folklore, religion, dance, immigration and ethnic studies

One of the poorest states in the European Union during the 1980s, the Republic of Ireland's economy has grown rapidly in the 1990s, despite an overwhelming dependence on foreign capital. Echoing the tiger economies of East Asia, this has led many to dub Ireland the Celtic Tiger.