The Biden administration’s plans to introduce a global minimum corporate tax rate, while bringing benefits to the world economy, will have a crushing effect on economies such as Ireland, which has used low corporate tax rates as an engine of economic growth, writes Anna Guildea
There is a national radical right populist presence in almost every Western democracy, but not in Ireland, despite all the amenable conditions for its emergence. Why? Anna Guildea argues that the answer may lie in Ireland’s industrial history
Research Assistant at the European Centre for International Political Economy, University College Dublin
Anna holds an MSc in International Political Economy from University College Dublin, and currently works as a Research Assistant at the European Centre for International Political Economy based in Brussels.
Her research interests include the political economy of populism, the welfare state, socio-economic inequality, and international trade and investment.