Trends in Business Investment

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Lydon, Reamonn; Scally, John;

This article examines trends in business investment in Ireland. Consistent with the international evidence on investment cycles, we show that business investment in Ireland exhibits large cyclical movements around a long-run trend relative to GDP. Changes in business in... View more
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