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The political economy of a divided Ireland

Abstract:

For a peace process in Ireland to succeed it will require an active transition away from the underlying causes of conflict—not just the partition of the country, but the inequalities of opportunities and employment between the communities in Northern Ireland. This requires the restructuring of existing unequal arrangements. If this restructuring is not to be at the expense of the Protestant community, public intervention will be needed to ensure that opportunities for the Protestant community...

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Jonathan Michie More by this author
Maura Sheehan More by this author
Journal:
Cambridge Journal of Economics
Volume:
22
Publication date:
1998
URN:
uuid:7137fd67-3d01-41b2-8fb2-d922b3aaf6b8
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:13862
Language:
English

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