David McWilliams

David McWilliams

David McWilliams is one of Ireland’s leading economic commentators. He was the first economist to see that the Irish boom was nothing more than a credit bubble, and one of the very few to accurately predict it would all end in a monumental crash with bank failures, negative equity, and rising unemployment and emigration. He is an economist, broadcaster, bestselling author, and most recently, he has brought economics to the national theatre with his one-man-show Outsiders – a unique partnership with the Abbey Theatre. David also writes two weekly economics columns in the Sunday Business Post and the Irish Independent. He has just published his fourth book: The Good Room. Follow David on Twitter: @davidmcw

See this contributor in:

  • Ten More Ideas to Help Ireland Recover and Grow
  • Animal Spirits: Behavioural Economics - From Grocery Shopping to Organ Donation
  • The Raymond Crotty Lecture: Dan Ariely
  • Babynomics: the Economics of Ireland’s New Baby Boom
  • Apocalypse West? The Economic Decline of the US and the Western World.
  • Jargon Busting Revisited: The Economic Buzzword Game Show
  • Show Me The Money: How Do We Make Money Work For Us and What are the Alternatives?
  • Kilkenomics SAS Young Economist of the Year Award
  • New Bubbles, New Babies, New Growth, New Hope?: The Irish Economy in 2014
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