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The era of inertia in corporate affairs
Joe McGrath

was even more obviously the case in the 1960s’ (42). In any event, the increased prosperity was short-lived when the economy declined again in the 1980s, making Ireland’s previous successes seem like a ‘glorious interlude’ (O’Grada, 1997: 30). All of this suggests that the State experienced an incomplete political and economic governance shift in the 1960s, as Ireland ‘ceases to be a primarily agricultural economy, but does quite become an industrial one’ (Girvin and Murphy, 2005: 8). Nevertheless, Ireland had witnessed the benefits of increased industrialisation

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