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The introduction gives a brief overview of the relevant existing literature. It then raises five broad questions about the discourse on the Irish economy during the boom period. It outlines the methodology and parameters of the study, both in terms of source material and the time period under investigation. The chapter distinguishes between the various levels of dissent expressed by commentators during the boom.
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Houses of the Oireachtas, Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis, vol. 1, no. 6, William Black, 5 February 2015, 261–263; Newstalk, ‘Sinn Féin calls on Fianna Fáil to Apologise for Lenihan’s “We all partied” line’, at www.newstalk.com, 28 January 2016. Available from https://www.newstalk.com/Dil-debate-on-Banking-Inquiry-report-today. Accessed 3 February 2016; Tom Lyons and Brian Carey, The Fitzpatrick Tapes (Dublin, 2011), 42–43, 230; and Nyberg Commission, Misjudging Risk (2011), 2, 11.
Honohan Commission, The Irish Banking Crisis: Regulatory and Financial Stability Policy 2003– 2008. A Report to the Minister of Finance by the Governor of the Central Bank (2010), 10, 21–22, 96; Morgan Kelly, ‘The Irish Credit Bubble’, UCD Centre for Economic Research Working Paper, WP 9, 32 (December 2009), 1–3; Philip R. Lane, ‘The Irish Crisis’, IIIS Discussion Paper no. 356, February 2011, 2–3, 6; Klaus Regling and Max Watson, A Preliminary Report on the Sources of Ireland’s Banking Crisis (2010), 22; Jim O’Leary, ‘External Surveillance of Irish Fiscal Policy During the Boom’, July 2010, 4. Available from http://www.irisheconomy.ie/Notes/IrishEconomyNote11.pdf; Houses of the Oireachtas, Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis, vol. 1, no. 7, John Fitzgerald, 11 February 2015, 326; and Patrick Honohan, ‘What Went Wrong in Ireland?’ Prepared for the World Bank (May 2009b), 1–2.
Matt Elton, ‘History? It Started a Second Ago’, 28 October 2009. Available from http://www.historyextra.com/feature/history-it-started-second-ago and Matt Elton, ‘When Does History End?’, 28 October 2009. Available from http://www.historyextra.com/feature/when-does-history-end.
Donovan and Murphy , The Fall of the Celtic Tiger (2013), 106 and Houses of the Oireachtas, Report of the Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis, vol. 1 (January 2016), 173.
Paul Melia, ‘Survey Sees No End to Boom in Property’, The Irish Independent, 21 March 2005.
http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/dissent. Accessed 24 March 2016.
GDP and Emigration data from www.cso.ie; Suzanne Lynch, ‘Ireland Remains Fastest-Growing Economy in Europe’, The Irish Times, 4 February 2016 and Eoin Burke-Kennedy, ‘Ireland Set for Fastest Euro Zone Growth for Fourth Year in a Row’, The Irish Times, 8 May 2017.
Ciarán Michael Casey
- Chapter 1