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Irish economist running one of Ireland's most widely read economics blogs, ronanlyons.com, and one of Ireland's most widely cited economic reports, the Daft.ie Report, which presents the latest trends in Ireland's residential sales and lettings markets. The blog has weekly analysis, centering currently on Ireland's macroeconomic situation, including government finances, negative equity/arrears and unemployment, which has been referenced widely, including the Financial Times, Reuters, the International Herald Tribune, The Sunday Times, and The New York Times. Experience in national competitiveness, real estate markets, and economic development and currently pursuing a doctorate in Oxford.
- Description: Doctoral student. Trading frequency: Infrequent
- Interests: Bonds, Commodities, Foreign stocks, Tech stocks
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ronanlyons.com A blog with weekly posts discussing the Irish economy, the world economy and property markets. The blog has won two awards since it was set up in mid-2009 and grown a monthly readership of up to 30,000. Analysis on the blog has been cited not only in Irish media but also by media and analysts around the ...More
world, including the Financial Times, Reuters and the New York Times.
Next Generation Ireland A book I am co-editing, bringing together ten of Ireland's leading young analysts and researchers. Each chapter focuses on a different area of government policy, from political reform to Ireland's competitiveness policy. My chapters are on economic policy and on public service reform. The perspective is a ...More
generational one, so authors outline the broad principles needed to give Ireland the best possible foundations for success in the 2020s and 2030s.
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