Topic: University of Limerick
Since the economic crisis hit in Europe, aggregate hours for full-time workers have increased across the European Union, according to a new report.
The Irish government says a $112.5 billion bailout will come with a 5.8 percent interest rate. The public appears unhappy with the bailout, but uncertain where to direct its anger.
11/29/2010 04:34 pm
An Ireland bailout is possible after government bonds tumbled in recent weeks. The country is under pressure to accept a $100 billion bailout that could prove a bitter pill for the former 'Celtic Tiger.'
11/15/2010 06:51 pm
Ireland has instituted dramatic spending cuts and tax hikes to avoid becoming the 'next Greece.' Dublin may offer a window into where other European countries are headed towards austerity.
05/26/2010 11:05 am
Many in Ireland are stunned that the once high-flying 'Celtic Tiger' is now just another battered economy – and by fresh revelations of coverups of sexual abuse of children in the Roman Catholic church as Pope Benedict XVI apologized directly to Irish abuse victims.
03/20/2010 09:40 am
A new study finds the Irish language, once seen as the tongue of the poorer and less-educated even in Ireland, is a marker of an economic elite.
01/26/2010 01:36 pm
The new party is fielding 600 candidates in two dozen countries. Will EU reform resonate with recession-weary voters?
06/03/2009 01:00 am