Regional Overall Share of Employment since 2012 Dublin's share of the job pie increasing from 29-31%. 55% of job growth created in Ireland from 2012-2019Q2 was in Dublin city region (Dublin & Mid-East). From 2015Q2-2019Q2 this has increased to 60%.

The recently announced Ireland 2040 project has positioned the Cork city region for 50 per cent growth with a planned increase in population of 125,000 people for Cork city and suburbs. Cork Chamber has repeatedly made the argument that Cork could act as a counter bala...

I was on Morning Ireland discussing the cabinet sign off of Cork City Boundary. You can listen back here

Here is a link to the Irish Examiner article which included reference to some my views. 

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By Pádraig Hoare

Balanced development cannot be achieved and trying to achieve it would be counter-productive for national prosperity, an expert on regional economics has...

This first appeared on RTÉ Brainstorm at the link here.

Opinion: the Ireland 2040 plan seeks balanced development throughout the country, but that's something which has historically proved elusive and stymies long term national growth

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