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  • Natality in Dublin in the year 1955 

    Knaggs, J. F. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1958)
    Certain modifications were made in 1955 in the system of recording births in this country, with a view to extending the amount of statistical information available and bringing the Irish statistics on the subject into ...
  • Natality in Dublin in the years 1943, 1944 and 1945 

    Lyon, Stanley (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1948)
    The population problem is a subject of the greatest importance to every country. The Government of this country has quite recently appointed a Commission to inquire into the level and trend of Population, with a special ...
  • The national expenditure of the Irish Free State in 1926 

    Kiernan, T. J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1933)
    In the Economic Journal, March, 1933, I based an estimate of the national income of the population of the Irish Free State in 1926 on the published official statistics in the reports on the Census of Population and ...
  • National health insurance 

    Riordan, R. G. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1928)
    To the majority of people interest in Social Insurance begins and ends in stamping cards for their employees, and that interest does not appear to be sufficiently enterprising or inquisitive to examine into the objects ...
  • National health insurance 

    O Brolchain, R. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1943)
    It is necessary, in any consideration of the National Health Insurance scheme, to bear in mind a number of important factors. (a) It was established initially to relieve the excessive demands on the Poor Law, following ...
  • National health insurance from the worker's standpoint 

    Duffy, L. J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1928)
    Before proceeding to consider the manner in which the intention of the Act in regard to the prevention and cure of illness has been fulfilled it may be convenient to examine the extent to which the monetary assistance ...
  • The National Insurance Act, 1911, (Part I.) as applying to Ireland 

    Edwards, W. Dudley (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1912)
    I propose to draw attention to the more important of the special modifications of the Insurance Act in its application to Ireland, and to give the numbers of the various classes of people who will be affected by ...
  • National insurance adjudication 

    Sheridan, L. A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1956)
    The National Insurance scheme is contained in the National Insurance Act (Northern Ireland), 1946, several amending statutes, and scores of regulations made under all those Acts. Some of the phrases used in the Acts and ...
  • National transport problems 

    Johnston, Joseph (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1930)
    The object of this Paper is to direct attention to certain important economic facts affecting our transport system, and provide where possible a statistical measurement of those facts. The treatment is neither comprehensive ...
  • The nationalization of the land 

    Shaw, James J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1884)
    The questions raised in Mr. George's book, Progress and Poverty, are so many and so large that to discuss them adequately would require a book at least as large as his own. 1 propose to deal this evening only with the main ...
  • The nature and causes of the farm income problem 

    Attwood, E. A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1982)
    In the current debate on national economic issues, the very grave situation that exists in the agricultural sector has tended to be regarded as of concern only to the farming community. While the impact of the current ...
  • Nature and functions of an Irish money market 

    Hoare, Thomas F. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1970)
    The development of an economy can be usefully regarded as having two aspects. The first is the production and allocation of goods and services and the second is the emergence of a financial system. The financial structure ...
  • The nature of legal sociology 

    Montrose, J. L. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1955)
    Centuries, whether in cricket or chronology, are arbitrary divisions, but we are conditioned by conventions, and I find it convenient to describe the nineteenth century as giving birth to sociological jurisprudence and ...
  • Necessary changes in industrial relations 

    Hillery, Brian (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1980)
    Industrial relations in Ireland may be characterised as a multiplicity of practices, some good and some bad, but all integrated in so far as they are founded on a set of fundamental principles which are themselves the ...
  • The need for a law of adoption 

    McCabe, E. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1949)
    The practice of adoption is as old as history. It was known to the Babylonians and Greeks, and, coming closer to our own age, we can turn to the omniscient Shakespeare who, in Othello, puts into the lips of the Moor's ...
  • The need for instruction on the duty of the individual to the community 

    Brown, Sparkhall (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1928)
    The historian, who is in the happy position of being wise after the event, can generally put his finger on the particular internal change or changes which led to the collapse of the various ancient communities, and, with ...
  • The need for technical education - with special reference to Saorstat Eireann 

    Clampett, G.J.T. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1929)
    Technical Education should offer to all citizens, especially to the young citizens, facilities to obtain instruction in the theory, and to some extent, the practice of whatever trade or calling they intend to adopt or ...
  • Neglected children and neglectful parents 

    Daly, E.D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1898)
    It seems to me quite impossible for those who do not, or who cannot, keep out of sight of the poorer classes, to resist the sad importunity with which the facts of life in our back streets and tenements for ever plead ...
  • The NESC study 

    O'Donnell, Rory, Cahill, Noel, (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2005)
    This paper presents the key findings from a 2004 NESC study on the Irish housing system, Housing in Ireland: Performance and Policy. The paper begins by identifying the anxieties and concerns people have about housing. ...
  • A new fiscal framework for Ireland 

    Lane, Philip R. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2010)
    Pro-cyclicality in Irish fiscal policy has contributed to macroeconomic volatility over recent decades. Accordingly, this paper seeks to identify institutional mechanisms that can improve the performance of fiscal policy ...