Morgenroth, Edgar
June 2010
Regions: The Newsletter of the Regional Studies Association;Summer2010, Issue 278, p4
In this article the author discusses the regional impacts of Ireland recession caused by the property boom in 1990's. The author says that Ireland received negative impacts prior to increases of unemployment rate and the oversupply of properties due to its high costs. However, he says that Leitrim region benefited to the case with its build houses tax incentive scheme. Meanwhile, he adds that the experience from the recession may suggests the government to improve growth and jobs creation.


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