Professor Ray Kinsella – Ireland should pre-empt a break up of the euro-zone and leave on its own terms

This talk was given at Feasta’s Irish debt crisis conference, on Friday September 23 2011.

Ray Kinsella received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. (Econ.) from the University of Hull and PhD from Trinity College Dublin (TCD. He worked as an Economist in the Central Bank of Ireland, and Economic Advisor to the Department of Industry and Commerce. He was Professor of Banking and Financial Services at the University of Ulster. He served as the first Chairman of the Board at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Northern Ireland Economic Council, the Irish Bishop’s Conference for Justice and Peace and Director for the Center of Insurance Studies in the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business. He is Professor of Banking and Finance in the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business and visiting Professor at the School of Banking, Accountancy and Finance at the University of Wales Bangor, the Management Institute of Paris, and is adjunct Professor at the University of Bryansk. He has published, in Banking and Financial Services, including Regulation Governance and Ethics.

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