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- PublicationResource depletion and terms of trade collapse : "The zambian disease"(University College Dublin. School of Economics, 1988-01)This paper considers the response of a labour-abundant developing economy, initially heavily dependent on a single resource, to depletion of that resource or to permanent collapse in the terms of international trade agaist the resource sector. It is shown that agriculture will be the new long-run growth sector. But if the country borrows abroad in order to maintain living standards in the short-run and medium-run following the resource sector collapse, the economy might be forced to repudiate its international debts even if growth occurs in the longer-run.
- PublicationWhere was Denis Mahon shot?
- PublicationTowards public policy for private sector services(University College Dublin. School of Economics, 1984-08)
- PublicationOn the Sherlocks, Jane Coleman and County Kildare in the Eighteen Forties
- PublicationStratford’s Robertstown Estate during the 1840s
- PublicationViolence, rent, improvement and distress on the Frankfort Estates in Kilkenny during the eighteen forties
- PublicationThe Limerick Estate of Sergeant Warren during the Great Irish Famine
- PublicationViscount Frankfort, Sir Charles Burton and County Carlow in the 1840s
- PublicationOn demand and supply side policies in an open economy, 1960-2000(University College Dublin. School of Economics, 1991-03)
- PublicationDistress and benevolence on Gertrude Fitzgerald’s Limerick estate in the 1840s
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