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Renaissance Nation

by David McWilliams Gill Books (November 02, 2018)

Renaissance Nation is the story of how the Pope’s Children rewrote the rules for Ireland.

In four decades, bookended by the visits of the pope in September 1979 and August 2018, Ireland has managed to become...


The Economy of Ireland

by John W. O'Hagan & Carol Newman Gill Books (August 22, 2014)

An essential book for students of economics as well as economists and policymakers.

The twelfth edition of this enduring and popular book surveys all major changes in the Irish economy in the past fifteen years,...


Preventing the Future

by Tom Garvin Gill Books (August 24, 2004)

Between the years of the mid-thirties through to 1960, independent Ireland suffered from economic stagnation, and also went through a period of intense cultural and psychological repression. While external circumstances...


The Pope's Children: Ireland's New Elite

by David McWilliams Gill Books (November 15, 2005)

This pheomomal bestseller, first published in 2005, was a true portrait of the times.


The Generation Game

by David McWilliams Gill Books (September 11, 2007)

Written by David McWilliams in 2007 The Generation Game has an eerie precognisance of what has happen in subsequent years. In his astute and witty style, McWilliams outlined where he thought Ireland was heading...


Follow the Money

by David McWilliams Gill Books (October 22, 2009)

The Pope's Children are turning 30 and in the four years since David McWilliams introduced us to the generation that could have had it all, the Pope's Children have been betrayed. This book is about real people...