Edited by François-Charles Laprévote, Joanna Gray and Francesco De Cecco
Chapter 10: Ireland
This chapter considers the application of the EU Banking State Aid rules to Ireland during the Banking Crisis. It examines the Irish guarantee and asset management agency as well as the specific aid decisions for each of the Irish banks and building societies. Ireland is a fascinating case study because of the magnitude of the crisis in Ireland and the level of aid provided but also the intervention of the Troika and the recovery of the Irish economy.
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