Croke Park Conference Centre 22 June 2018
The world is an uncertain place, with more questions than answers in terms of policy. For Ireland, where corporate tax has long represented a core economic policy, the pressure on Europe from the US and Brexit may force a change in direction. Will the Irish government need to think differently about economic policy to ensure future growth?
Moreover, rising house prices, the cost of healthcare, and persistent inequality mean the need for public and social spending is as great as ever. How will the government afford it?
A diverse range of speakers will join our discussion, including Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD; Patricia King of ICTU; Ann Pettifor, Director of PRIME and advisor to Jeremy Corbyn; Eoin Ó Broin TD; Peter Clinch; Seán Ó Riain; Annamaria Simonazzi; Gary Dymski; Esmé Berkhout; James Stewart; Dan O’Brien; Leopoldo Nascia and more.
*Concessionary rates available for students and the unwaged.
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