A turning point for the Emerald Isle
Published at The New York Times.
Ireland’s economy began to grow rapidly in the 1990s, fuelled by substantial foreign investment. The boom that earned Ireland the nickname of “Celtic Tiger” faltered when the country fell into recession in 2008.
This editorial report was published in September 2014 in The New York Times and reviews how Ireland’s recovery has been a very slow and painful, but ultimately successful, process.
Project Director: Beatriz Martín