This paper utilises a new framework for examining critical junctures to help us understand whether the changes to Irish industrial policy at the end of the 1950s constituted a critical juncture, breaking cleanly with what came before, or were a continuation of policy pathways previously established. The framework is made up of three elements, which must be identified in sequence, for us to be able to declare a critical juncture. Irish industrial policy is examined here, as it constitutes a core tenet of wider economic policy.
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Citation InformationDonnelly, P. and Hogan, J. (2010) ‘The Move from Protectionism to Outward-looking Industrial Development: A Critical Juncture in Irish Industrial Policy?’, Administration, 58(3): 107-29.