As one of Ireland’s leading economic commentators, David recognises the pivotal role of Economics in all of our daily lives and it is his aim to make the ‘dismal science’ as captivating and accessible as possible.
David writes a weekly column for The Irish Independent, though he also regularly contributes to a variety of other publications, from The Financial Times to Woodford Investment Management. Now, as a Silver Member of Economics Without Boundaries, you can stay up to date with all of David’s latest insights with these members only articles, delivered to your inbox every Wednesday.
I’m in row 11 C of the 15:50 Aer Lingus out of Heathrow. I’ve missed the hurricane, but it’s still a bit too wobbly up here for my liking. The pilot, who sounded disturbingly like Ross O’Carroll Kelly, promised a smooth journey. At least he has a sense of humour!
Do you remember the break up of Yugoslavia? At first people said it could never happen.
Last night the “Paris Match President” Emmanuel Macron made a significant speech
This week my thoughts are less on economics, and more on management, ethics, and what happens when management goes bad in both public and private sectors.
Is the Irish property market a bubble? It is not now but it will definitely become one. By Ireland I mean Dublin. Today we were told that Dublin property prices were up over 12% on the year. This is the second highest annual rise ever recorded. So we are in the bubble territory and more […]