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- Climate change; Over growth?; Twitterings
ECONOMY AND SOCIETY
SPOTLIGHT ON IRELAND
- Sustaining Ireland's recovery for all, Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD
- Labour market reform: Why skills matter, Joan Burton,
Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) and Minister for Social
Protection, Government of Ireland, and Chair of the OECD
Meeting of Employment and Labour Ministers 2016
- Ireland's economy: A solid recovery, Michael Noonan,
Minister for Finance, Ireland
- Ireland's economy and the OECD: From bricks to brains,
Michael Forbes, Ambassador and Permanent
Representative of Ireland to the OECD
- Ireland's economy: Still riding the globalisation wave,
- Innovating Ireland
- Business brief: Trinity lights the way forward, Interview
with Dr Patrick Prendergast, Provost and President,
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
- Ireland's innovation challenge. Roundtable of business,
with: Enterprise Ireland, NERI, Amneal Pharmaceuticals,
Microsoft Ireland, Stirling Behavioural Science Centre,
The Stone Twins
- Well-being in Ireland
- Banking on Silicon Docks
- Business brief: Ireland: Open for investment
Shaun Murphy, Managing Partner, KPMG in Ireland
- Casting off towards a blue future, Lorna Siggins, Marine
and Western Correspondent, The Irish Times
- From Goias to Galway
- From crisis to recovery: Overcoming scars and social costs,
- Migration: A flexible return ticket
- Ireland's global workforce
- The capacity conundrum
- Recent speeches by Angel Gurría; List of OECD
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