"We're a society first, and the economy comes afterwards. If you don’t have a society, it’s not much of an economy”.
What does the world’s turbulent political economy look like from our little island on the edge of the Atlantic?
Stephen Kinsella is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Limerick. He is Chief Economics Writer for The Currency, and as a columnist with the Sunday Business Post was twice named Economic Commentator of the Year. His research focuses on how we can better understand Ireland’s small open economy, a task of particular importance in the age of pandemics, climate change, global tax reform, and Brexit. In December 2020 he sat down with Ireland's Edge co founder Muireann Kelliher for this illuminating and forward looking conversation.
You can also listen to this fascinating discussion in podcast form on Ireland's Edge - The Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2Yf4ASJ