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    Title: 全球化下愛爾蘭經濟發展過程之研究
    Other Titles: A study of Ireland's economic development process under globalization
    Authors: 杜依庭;Tu, I-ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    郭秋慶;Kuo, Chiu-ching
    Keywords: 愛爾蘭;經濟發展;歐洲聯盟援助;外國直接投資;Ireland;Economic Development;European Union's Aid;Foreign Direct Investment
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:04:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1990年代是愛爾蘭的經濟發展過程中轉變最為明顯的時期,此時的愛爾蘭已擺脫過去給人既有的刻版印象---景氣的低迷、產業活動的停滯,以及工作機會的缺乏以致於大量人口外流的情況已不復見。尤其是1990年代末期的愛爾蘭,經濟成長率屢創新高,長期的失業問題亦獲得解決,跨國企業尤其是美商高科技業的大舉進駐,更使得國內產業活動有了新的風貌。政府在經貿上對外的態度在1950年代末期逐漸由封閉到開放,積極吸引外國直接投資;而加入歐洲聯盟所獲得的資源與市場也成為影響愛爾蘭經濟發展的重要關鍵,亦成功引領愛爾蘭進入全球化時代的階段過程。
    1990’s is the period for Ireland’s transformation, and it has got rid of its older image--- low economic growth, industry activities in a deadlock, lack of jobs, and a lot of emigration, and become a brand-new Ireland. Especially in the late 1990’s, Ireland’s economic growth rate is pretty high, and its long-standing unemployment problem is solved also. Foreign Direct Investment, which is most from U.S. high technology industry, is absolutely one main reason to bring about Ireland’s economic success.
    By the study approach of historical study, the thesis discusses Ireland’s long-term economic development process since its independence from the United Kingdom up to now. First of all, it refers to Ireland’s economic situation and the government’s economic policies before 1970’s. As a member state of European Union, Ireland has not only got financial aid from European Union to build its infrastructure, but also made it enter a globalization period with a widened European market. Moreover, the economic miracle in Ireland is related to the liberalization of the government’s economic policies and its original production advantages.
    Unavoidably, Ireland also suffers certain problems will also be mentioned, such as over depending foreign direct investment to support its economic output, and higher inflation rate than the average of European Union.
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