- 13 Dec 10
To one degree or another, Dermod Moore says, we all share some of the blame for what has happened to the economy. The $200 billion question now is – can we learn from our errors and move on?
The economic crisis here in Ireland is largely systemic, a direct result of global capitalism's excesses. The extraordinarily computerized financial markets do not factor in national characteristics or histories, have no logarithm for integrity or good intentions, whether the governments are comprised of shameless gangsters or selfless, caring servants of the people.