Professor John McHale Established Professor of Economics and Dean of the College of Business, Public Policy and Law, NUI Galway.


Paper Title - Independent Ireland in Comparative Perspective

John McHale has served as Chairman of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council since July 2011. Before joining NUI Galway he held positions as Assistant Professor of Economics and Associate Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and as Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Toller Family Research Fellow at the Queen’s University, Ontario. He holds PhD and AM degrees from Harvard University.

He is currently an independent member of Ireland’s National Economic and Social Council and President of the Irish Economic Association.

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John McHale sé ina Chathaoirleach ar Chomhairle Fhioscach Chomhairleach na hÉireann ó bhí Iúil 2011 ann. Sula dtug sé faoina phost in OÉ Gaillimh bhí poist aige mar Ollamh Cúnta le hEacnamaíocht agus Ollamh Comhlach le hEacnamaíocht in Ollscoil Harvard, agus mar Ollamh Comhlach le hEacnamaíocht Bhainistíochta agus Ánra Taighde Theaghlach Toller in Ollscoil na Banríona, Ontario. Tá céimeanna PhD agus AM aige ó Ollscoil Harvard.

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