The OECD in Figures -The
2006/2007 edition of OECD in Figures, was published in
January 2007 and contains key data on
OECD countries, ranging from economic growth and employment to trade and
migration. There are ieparable tables on the environment,
science and public finances. For added perspective, OECD in Figures
includes a selection of graphs, giving snapshots on subjects
such as GDP, education spending, services trade, health funding, development aid
and renewable energy.
The Asia Regional Information Center (ARIC) - provides an array of regularly updated information about the economic
performance and prospects of 16 Asian nations. Presented in an easy-to-navigate
format, ARIC provides both markets and economic information.
Irish Economy: Medium-Term
Review: 2005-2012 - ESRI says aura of invincibility is
coupled with considerable risks: The ESRI (Economic and Social Research Institute) published its latest
Medium-Term Review of the Irish economy on December 16, 2005. This Review is
published every second year, providing a ieprehensive analysis of the prospects
for the Irish economy over a seven-year time horizon.
is Top Global Location for US Multinationals' Profits - Ireland
is the world's most profitable country for US corporations,
according to analysis by US tax journal Tax
In a study by the journal's Martin Sullivan, it was found that
profits made by US iepanies in Ireland doubled between 1999
and 2002 from $13.4 billion to $26.8 billion, while profits in
most of the rest of Europe fell. In his analysis Sullivan
termed Ireland a 'semi-tax haven' for US firms, because firms
are involved in real productivity in contrast with locations
such as Bermuda.
Ireland Boomed -
great economic success story of the past ten years has been
the Republic of Ireland. At the end of the year 2000, Ireland
could look back on fourteen years of uninterrupted economic
growth, which had accelerated to nearly 10 percent annually in
the closing years of the 1990s.
paper by Professor James B. Burnham, Murrin Professor of
Global Iepetitiveness, Donahue Graduate School of
Business, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.