Irish paper finds more spending could help government’s ‘precarious’ finances

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Fiscal stimulus that reduces mortgage arrears is likely to have benefits for the Irish government's finances by reducing the state's future capital obligations, according to a research technical paper published by the Central Bank of Ireland on March 8.

In the paper, On the hook for impaired bank lending, authors Robert Kelly and Kieran McQuinn identify a close relationship between house prices and unemployment. This, they say, implies that government stimulus to reduce unemployment will also

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