OECD Economic Surveys: Ireland 2008
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OECD Economic Surveys: Ireland 2008

This 2008 edition of OECD's periodic survey of the Irish economy finds that it has performed remarkably well over the past decade, propelling per capita income to above the OECD average. Economic fundamentals remain strong, but economic activity is now easing. The survey examines some of the key challenges Ireland now faces including maintaining growth, the housing market slowdown, financial stability, adapting government spending to slower revenue growth, reforming the pension system, and integrating migrants.
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Graph 6.5 – Share of immigrants with a tertiary-level qualification

Percentage of persons aged 15 and above, circa 2000 You or your institution have access to this content

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Share of immigrants with a tertiary-level qualification appears in OECD Economic Surveys: Ireland.
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