Economic indicators in Ireland are finally pointing in the right direction: GDP is growing, incomes are creeping back up, and unemployment is expected to fall to single figures for the first time in eight years. Ireland, according to his new ranking, is the “goodest” country in the world – or, in other words, the world’s least selfish relative to the size of its economy.

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How should a country's 'goodness' be measured?

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