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The Republic of Ireland shares some of the economic problems of the Third World, and the political structures of the First World. This book investigates the political causes and consequences of the economic policy choices made in Ireland since independence. It addresses many key debates in political economy and development studies, and is a contribution to analysis of the role of the state in the international economy.
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