COMMENT/ANALYSIS - IRISH EXAMINER

DRAGHI’S DIFFERENT DIRECTION

A recent speech by ECB president Mario Draghi was significant in breaking three previously sacrosanct taboos about the structure and operation of the euro, writes Jean Pisani-Ferry

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Eurozone growth cannot leave weak countries behind

Polarisation between the eurozone’s ‘core’ and ‘periphery’ has repeatedly raised questions about the composition of the economic and monetary union, writes László Andor

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HORIZON 2020: Working together for the benefit of all

Researchers aided by the EU play a major role across the globe in developing valuable ideas, writes Máire Geoghegan-Quinn

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A riot policeman runs from anti-austerity protesters in the northern Greek port city of Thessaloniki in, May 2010.  Picture: AP Photo/Giorgos

HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF: Alan Dukes on how we can learn from the financial crisis

The proposals presented by Martin Wolf in ‘The Shifts and the Shocks’ merit close consideration if another crisis is to be avoided, writes economist and former finance minister Alan Dukes

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Are the polls wrong and will Scotland go it alone after all?

The pollsters could be wrong about Scotland’s referendum, says Andrew Osborn

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