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(Book Review) EOIN O’LEARY, Irish Economic Development: High-Performing EU State or Serial Underachiever. London: Routledge; 232 pages; March 2015

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  • Frank Barry, 2015. "(Book Review) EOIN O’LEARY, Irish Economic Development: High-Performing EU State or Serial Underachiever. London: Routledge; 232 pages; March 2015," The Economic and Social Review, Economic and Social Studies, vol. 46(4), pages 605-611.
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