JSSISI: Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1847-
The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland holds a unique place in the study of the Irish economy and Irish society. Since its foundation in the autumn of 1847 the Society has analysed the major changes that have taken place in population, employment, legal and administrative systems and social services No other single source provides such a comprehensive picture of social change over such a long period'. - from "The Spirit of Earnest Inquiry" by Mary E. Daly, 1997
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(SSISI, 2017)Thomas Kenneth (T.K.) Whitaker is generally regarded as the greatest Irish public servant of the twentieth century. A graduate of London University by external study, he was a career civil servant from 1934 to 1969. Appointed ...
Using Administrative Data to Change Perception about Caregiving and Improve the Evidence Base Related to Volunteering (SSISI, 2017)The aim of this paper is to illustrate the added value achievable using dynamically linked administrative data sources: to do this by examining in detail a series of studies related to the morbidity and mortality outcomes ...
(SSISI, 2017)The turnaround in the fiscal position in Ireland over the past 6-7 years has been dramatic. From double-digit deficits, a rapidly rising debt ratio and entry into an EU/IMF support programme, by end 2015, the General ...
(SSISI, 2017)In the summer of 2009, Ireland was the first European country to officially enter recession following the fiscal crisis which had enveloped the international banking system following the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in ...