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  • Earnings and Low Pay in the Republic of Ireland 

    Collins, Micheál L. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2016)
    As signs of economic recovery continue to emerge, issues relating to quality of life, living standards, the provision of public services and adequacy of income are returning to the policy sphere. Included among these are ...
  • An econometric method of forecasting the demand for food in Ireland in 1970 

    Hart, Julian (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1966)
    In the present decade, there are two major factors that can be expected to affect the demand for food in Ireland; the first is the country's becoming part of the European Economic Community, the second is the attainment ...
  • Econometrics and truth 

    Frain, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1995)
    Many people think that econometrics is not the most exciting of subjects. They are more interested in the results of an econometric analysis than in the means and ways of obtaining them Many people have a distrust of ...
  • An economic analysis of privatisation in Ireland, 1991-2003 

    Palcic, Donal; Reeves, Eoin (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2005)
    Although a late starter with regard to privatising State Owned Enterprises (SOEs), Ireland was recently ranked 8th among OECD countries in terms of relative privatisation activity. This paper presents the first detailed ...
  • The economic and fiscal contribution of US investment in Ireland 

    Walsh, Keith (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2011)
    Multinational companies from the United States of America are important sources of foreign investment in Ireland. The role of these companies in the Irish economy has been previously documented and is reviewed briefly. The ...
  • Economic and Fiscal Policy since 1997: What Caused the Crisis and How Should It Be Rectified? 

    Horan, Blair (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2010)
    In this paper I propose to examine the background to the current crisis which involves both a contraction in the economy due in part to the global crisis, and a collapse in the tax base due to the disappearance of property ...
  • The economic and social implications of demographic change 

    Fahey, Tony; FitzGerald, John D.; Maitre, Bertrand (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1998)
    This Society was founded in the midst of the population crisis caused by the Famine. No crisis on the scale of the Famine occurred again in the Society?s history, but various forms of demographic ?weakness?, such as high ...
  • The economic and social organisation of National Socialist Germany 

    Lloyd-Dodd, F.T. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1938)
    At the outset of this paper I desire to make it clear that I make no claim to originality in so far as the matter contained in it is concerned. In its preparation I have proceeded along the lines which you, as statisticians, ...
  • Economic appraisal of industrial projects in Ireland 

    McKeon, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1980)
    The paper sets out the method which the Industrial Development Authority (IDA) Ireland, uses in its evaluation of industrial projects and in determining the appropriate level of support for projects. It discusses the central ...
  • Economic aspects of forestry in Northern Ireland 

    Thomas, D. E. L. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1962)
    It was stated in 1960 that forestry policy in Northern Ireland is governed by three major factors: ?Firstly, there is the compelling need, which two world wars have so painfully demonstrated, to reverse the centuries-old ...
  • Economic aspects of new methods of building with particular reference to the British Isles, the Continent and America 

    Fleming, M. C. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the influence of economic factors in determining the form which building methods take in different countries, and the influence these have in relation to innovation in methods of ...
  • Economic barometers 

    Busteed, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1927)
    At the annual meeting of the Association of Chambers of Commerce of the Irish Free State this year the Chairman stated that "in the absence of adequate reliable data it is very difficult to give an accurate survey of ...
  • An economic basis for an Irish rural civilisation 

    Johnston, Joseph (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1948)
    The general argument of this paper is that if we would establish a suitable economic basis for a worth-while Irish rural civilisation we must have, not only co-operation of farmers living in their scattered homesteads, ...
  • An economic consideration of the Irish judgment - acts 

    Vereker, John P. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1849)
    It has frequently been asked, Why have the landlords of Ireland so deeply encumbered their estates? and why do they not now, by a sale of a portion of their property, release the remainder from their creditors? The last ...
  • Economic development in Ireland 

    Oldham, C.H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1900)
    In laying before the members of this Society some considerations regarding the very wide subject of "Economic Development in Ireland," I have in view the situation created by the Agriculture and Technical Instruction ...
  • The economic evaluation of road investment in the Republic of Ireland 

    Barrett, Sean D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1976)
    This paper addresses the question "How much money should be spent on road improvement over the next twenty years?". It examines the factors that influence the answers to the question as it applies to the national primary ...
  • The economic future of Northern Ireland 

    Nugent, Ronald (Sir) (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1953)
    In case this rather ambitious title should raise any false hopes, I must explain at once that I am not an economist or in any way qualified to deal with the subject in a professional manner. It is true that I took a Degree ...
  • The economic implications of peace in Ireland 

    Casey, Michael (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1995)
    This symposium is concerned with the possible effects of peace between the two parts of Ireland on the economies of both and on the island of Ireland as a whole. It goes without saying that the greatest and overwhelming ...
  • The economic implications of peace in Ireland 

    Bradley, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1995)
    In our paper, we will first set the scene for the post cease-fire economic possibilities by briefly examining what we refer to as the "lost" years since the start of open conflict in the North in 1969. Although economists ...
  • The economic implications of peace in Ireland 

    Borooah, Vani K. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1995)
    The cease-fire of August 1994, in Northern Ireland, has held for sufficiently long to raise the prospect of a permanent peace. Peace in Northern Ireland should be valued and cherished in its own right, because it restores ...