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Thread: London School of Economics Growth Commission's proposals for boosting long term UK growth-any relevance for Ireland?

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    Default London School of Economics Growth Commission's proposals for boosting long term UK growth-any relevance for Ireland?

    See Investment key to Britain's recovery, say London School of Economics - Business News - Business - London Evening Standard

    One proposal is to set up an infrastructure bank,the argument being that its existence would deter government ministers from the habit of frequently changing their minds on major infrastructure projects.

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    In theory, yes but in practice in Ireland the bank board would be stuffed with insiders so the result would be "less optimal".
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