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Lecture by Prof. Patrick Honohan, former Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, at the Embassy.

Listen in to the Embassy's podcast of Professor Honohan's speech on the Irish economy over the last 100 years. This was the 4th lecture at the Embassy in the Trinity College Dublin Berry Grattan Lecture Series and also part of the Embassy's Ireland 2016 Lecture Series. Professor Honohan explored how the performance of the Irish economy since the Easter Rising has measured up to the hopes of visionaries such as James Connolly, Arthur Griffith and Thomas Kettle. Opening remarks are made by Prof. John O'Hagan of TCD, with a formal response by Mr. Hamish Mc Rae followed by a Q&A chaired by Ambassador Dan Mulhall.