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      Interrogating Irish Policies 

      Why Ireland Failed to Keep Up

      Peter Lang

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          A National Economic and Social Council Report has discussed how poorly Irish long-term economic performance compares with that of five other small European countries. Their consultant, Lars Mjoset of Norway, argues that the cause of this poor record has been failure to turn new ideas of many kinds into concrete realities. The significance of this conclusion is underlined when it is recalled that inability to innovate was also a clearly identifiable element in the economic collapse of the Soviet bloc.

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