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[Irish revolutionary leaders were generally not original economic thinkers, but important economic assumptions underlay Irish revolutionary ideology. Central among these was a belief that British economic policy harmed Ireland by squashing its industries, reducing its population, and overtaxing...
[In 1932, the Irish Free State became embroiled in an Economic War, when the newly elected de Valera government intentionally defaulted on annuities owed by Irish farmers to the British government under the terms of the 1891 – 1909 Land Acts. This ‘post-colonial wrangle’, as the economic...
[The historical tax state in Ireland prior to independence was characterised by low administrative capacity, a regressive tax structure, and popular resistance to taxation. We chart the impact of this history for both formal institutions—the revenue authority’s administrative capacity—and...
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