Dublin economy Tag

Like many influences on the state today, concepts that emerge in North America and spread to the United Kingdom, often find a home on these shores. Sports economics is no different. The study of the economics of sport is very much in its infancy in Ireland...

Following a number of years of difficult economic conditions, the Irish and Dublin economies have recovered to rank amongst the most competitive in Europe. Business costs in the capital remain relatively low, while the labour market has improved and contributed to high levels of value...

The Dublin regional Enterprise Strategy, developed by the four local authorities of the Dublin region, provides a coherent and coordinated approach to promoting enterprise, employment and entrepreneurial activities in the Dublin region for the period 2017-2019. A review of existing and emerging policy was the framework...

Dublin has firmly established its reputation in the high growth Software as a Service (SaaS) industry, a software licencing and delivery model in which software is licenced on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. The Capital is recognised as the number one destination for global...

Air passenger traffic is a vital barometer of the health of the Irish economy and is also a precursor to further economic growth, as it generates economic spin offs at a regional and national level. In the first six months of 2015, passenger numbers at...