Smith economics expert appointed to Irish Fiscal Advisory Council

Smith College Associate Professor of Economics, Róisín O’Sullivan

Smith Associate Professor of Economics Róisín O’Sullivan has been appointed to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council.

The Council, which was appointed by the Irish Government, was established with five economic experts who will be “charged with judging whether or not the Government is meeting its stated budgetary targets and objectives.”

Joining Professor O’Sullivan are chair of the Council Professor John McHale, head of economics in NUI Galway, Sebastian Barnes of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s economics department, Professor Alan Barrett, from the Economic and Social Research Institute, and Dr. Donal Donovan of the University of Limerick.

For more information, please visit the online edition of The Irish Times.

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