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Understanding Central Banks….

The crisis has shown us that the role of the Central Bank has rarely been more central to global economic welfare. Calls for more, or less, or faster or slower money growth, for new rounds of quantitative easing, for enhancement of the role of … Continue reading

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Where are EU-Asian economic relations now and how will these impact on business?

The rise of the Asian economies will be the dominant theme of the next decade it is now clear. Ireland exports relatively little to this area, although this is growing fast. A course on euro-asian business relations will be run by … Continue reading

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What are the future business prospects for the Irish Economy?

The first course to be run by my Campus Company, Ussher Executive Education, takes place on 5 March 2012.  It’s a course on the future  business prospects for the Irish economy, looking back at what happened during the Celtic Tiger era (which … Continue reading

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QFA Board Accreditation, CPD Hours and Ussher

As many of you know I have started a Campus Company, Ussher Executive Education,  specializing in non-certified executive education. I am pleased to announce that we have now gotten information from the QFA board as to the CPD hours which … Continue reading

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