Dublin Economics Workshop - 7 to 11 September 2020

To all our Irish members and every Portuguese member already doing business with Ireland or planning to do so, we strongly recommend you to attend this year’s Dublin Economics Workshop, sponsored by Dublin Chamber, which will take place online via Zoom during a week from Sept 7 to 11.

A stellar line-up of political and economic speakers has been confirmed for this year’s staging of the influential conference. The conference will focus on the economics of the Covid recovery, with specific sessions looking at international business taxation, the labour market, Brexit and housing. Here are some of the themes:

  • How can we provide affordable housing for all?
  • How has COVID affected the labour market?
  • Brexit: things can only get better?
  • How can policy aid the recovery?
  • Is Ireland a tax haven?

A number of high profile international speakers have confirmed for the conference, including OECD chief economist Laurence Boone, Zucman Gabriel from UC Berkeley, Philip Lane (European Central Bank), John Martin (ex-OECD), Eoin Ó Broin TD, Michael McGrath TD, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar TD, Katy Hayward (Queens University Belfast), Ronan Lyons (Trinity College Dublin), Frances Ruane (National Competiveness Council), Seamus Coffey (University College Cork) and Aisling Donohoe (Andersen Tax).

Attendance at the conference is FREE, but booking is required and can be done here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.