Monday, January 05, 2009

Conference on the Irish Economic Crisis

This was sent by IEA today and put on the Irish Economy blog. Looks very interesting.

Admission is free, but spaces are limited. Places can be booked by email to, telephone (01) 7168335.

Responding to the Crisis

The UCD School of Economics, in association with the Dublin Economics Workshop, has arranged a half-day conference on the current economic crisis at the Royal College of Physicians, 6, Kildare St., Dublin 2, on January 12th. 2009.


14.15 Introductory Remarks

Rodney Thom (UCD)

14.20 Session 1: Fiscal Consolidation

Chair: John Fitz Gerald (ESRI)

Philip Lane (TCD): Fiscal Policy Options in the Euro Area

Ciaran O’Hagan (SocGen Paris): How Much Can Small Sovereigns Borrow?

Colm McCarthy (UCD): Expenditure Control and Fiscal Consolidation

Discussant: Karl Whelan (UCD)

Coffee at 15.45

16.00 Session 2: The Property Bubble and the Banking Crisis

Chair: Brendan Walsh (UCD)

Patrick Honohan (TCD): Resolving the Banking Crisis

Morgan Kelly (UCD): The Irish Property Bubble and its Consequences

Robbie Kelleher (Davy): Bank Solvency, Basle II and Accounting Standards

Discussant: Alan Ahearne (NUI Galway)

Conference concludes at 17.30.


Kevin Denny said...

Is it just me or does "Small sovereigns" remind one of a particularly dimunitive aristocrat? Like "John of Gaunt" makes me think of an emaciated grandee.

Liam Delaney said...

would be a bit of a bummer for the conference if thats what he was actually thinking about

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