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Positive Economics Webinar –  COVID 19, the Gender Pay Gap and Primary Research

Positive Economics Webinar – COVID 19, the Gender Pay Gap and Primary Research

🕔21:42, 25.Mar 2020

One of the key reasons that we decided to run the Positive Economics webinar series (with exports, housing and Brexit so far) is that it’s such a dynamic subject, it can be difficult for students and teachers to keep up with

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Five things you can do for your business in these strange times

Five things you can do for your business in these strange times

🕔13:54, 19.Mar 2020

As we try to make sense of this new world that we’ve all been jolted into, people are struggling in this health, economic and social crisis – I couldn’t speak to you all but I wanted to share five things

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Positive Economist FaceBook Live –  A Spotlight on Exports

Positive Economist FaceBook Live – A Spotlight on Exports

🕔16:48, 27.Feb 2020

There is a lot of talk these days about exports. For example, you might hear people say that “Ireland is a very open economy” or “the UK is Ireland’s biggest trading partner and that gives rise to a lot of

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BECKSearch:bringing together a range of groups from all over the wider Irish community in New Zealand.

BECKSearch:bringing together a range of groups from all over the wider Irish community in New Zealand.

🕔19:22, 6.Feb 2020

The Irish Embassy in New Zealand invited me to facilitate an event bringing together a range of groups from all over the wider Irish community in New Zealand. Here are some key things that we did together that contributed to

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The five key things that made the difference in my career (so far)

The five key things that made the difference in my career (so far)

🕔10:29, 30.Jan 2020

Tonight I shared the five key things that made the biggest difference in my career so far with a most wonderful audience at Workday in Auckland, New Zealand in association with the Irish Business Network New Zealand and the Irish

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Positive Economist FaceBook Live –  A Spotlight on Housing

Positive Economist FaceBook Live – A Spotlight on Housing

🕔23:32, 21.Jan 2020

During our Facebook Live video today, I took our viewers on a whistle-stop tour of the Irish housing market. In 2020, the government expects to spend €2.56 billion on housing and this is more than double the amount spent during

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Reflections on Deep Work

Reflections on Deep Work

🕔17:30, 13.Jan 2020

I had a client meeting in #Barbados this month and decided to extend my trip, take an AirBnB for five days on my own and focus on the “Deep Work” (Cal Newport style) that would really matter to the business in the

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Key opportunities and issues facing Irish business – the international view.

Key opportunities and issues facing Irish business – the international view.

🕔20:04, 12.Dec 2019

In November 2019, I was invited by Irish International Business Network to present the closing remarks at their annual conference in London. While reflecting on the insights shared on the Eurostar to Belgium the next morning, I recorded this whistle-stop

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Positive Economics FaceBook Live – A Brexit update, super productive economic resources and time management in exams

Positive Economics FaceBook Live – A Brexit update, super productive economic resources and time management in exams

🕔22:32, 5.Dec 2019

Tonight, I hosted our very first Positive Economics FaceBook Live! At the launch of our new book last year, we promised to give teachers and students a regular, dynamic update on what’s going on in the national and international economy

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If you put your money where your values are,  what happens the value of your money?

If you put your money where your values are, what happens the value of your money?

🕔14:44, 23.Aug 2019

If you put your money where your values are, what happens the value of your money? In July 2019, the first ESG ETF in Europe surpassed €1 billion AUM (assets under management). That was a big deal. It is the UBS

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