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The subversive wonders of Kilkenomics – where economics meets stand-up

This brainy festival is fast becoming a part of Ireland’s popular culture

15 November 2014

9:00 AM

15 November 2014

9:00 AM

‘What is a Minsky moment, anyway?’ asks Gerry Stembridge, an Irish satirist. ‘I’ve been reading about them in the papers and have often wondered’. Stembridge is putting the question to Paul McCulley, chief economist at Pimco, the world’s largest bond fund with over $200 billion under management, one of the ten most influential economists on earth.

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Liam Halligan writes for the Sunday Telegraph and Business New Europe.

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