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EC 290 - Introduction to the Modern Irish Economy

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Prerequisites: Department Consent. Introduction to the Modern Irish Economy is intended to give students an overview of Irish economics from the 20th century to the present. Emphasis will be placed on Ireland as a part of the British colonial system, the development of the modern Irish economic system, the “Celtic Tiger” phenomenon, and the subsequent cool-down to the economy. Students will also be introduced to Ireland’s role in the European economic community and in the process of globalization. This is a hybrid course with an online component and the required travel component. This course is intended for students enrolled in the Irish Studies study abroad experience only.



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