Governor’s speech at the IIEA in Dublin
Central Bank of Iceland Governor Már Guðmundsson gave a speech on the financial crisis and its aftermath in Iceland, including a comparison with other countries and the lessons that can be learned from Iceland’s experience, at the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) in Dublin, Ireland, on 27 April 2015.
The IIEA is an independent institution and one of Ireland’s leading think tanks on the subject of international and European affairs. Its objective is to promote high-quality discussion of issues within its purview.
Governor Már Guðmundsson’s speech can be found here: Iceland’s crisis and recovery: facts, comparisons, and the lessons learned (27 April 2015)
A link to the Institute of International and European Affairs website can be found here.
The Governor’s contributions can be found here, including explanatory slides and an audio recording of his speech.