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  • Table of contents (Journal of Irish Urban Studies, Vol.1 (No. 1), 2002) 

    Unknown author (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
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  • A Tale of Two Clusters: The Evolution of Ireland’s Economic Complexity since 1995 

    O'Clery, Neave (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2016)
    This paper characterizes the evolution of the manufacturing and industrial export structure of Ireland since 1995 within the framework of Economic Complexity and the Product Space. We observe a high level of specialisation ...
  • Targeting need: a methodological review of a socioeconomic urban regeneration initiative in Belfast 

    McKibben, Tony (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2000)
    The problems of social exclusion currently occupy centre stage in the thinking of government in both the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Considerable efforts are being made to assess the extent of the problem ...
  • Tax reform since the Commission on Taxation 

    O'Toole, Francis (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1994)
    From an economic perspective the decade of the 1980s was characterised by worldwide tax reform. This movement can be understood when placed in the context of the widespread discontent that surrounded the prevailing tax ...
  • The taxation of business profits 

    Charleton, Joseph (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1957)
    Almost every state today imposes a tax on income as a basic source of revenue and the more highly organised states are virtually dependent upon its yield in order to carry on government. Gladstone's idea of keeping it as ...
  • Taxation, work and gender equality in Ireland 

    Doorley, Karina (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2018)
    In most developed countries, economies are facing population ageing, falling fertility rates and stagnating labour force participation. The ability of governments to fund future pension and health-care expenditure relies ...
  • Technical education for commerce 

    Oldham, C.H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1906)
    I imagine that to many of my audience tonight there must appear to be something incongruous about the title of this paper. Technical Schools are well understood in these countries to mean institutions that educate ...
  • Techniques for short-term economic forecasting 

    Fagan, Gabriel; Fell, John P.C. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1991)
    This paper presents a survey of the techniques which can be employed in producing short term economic forecasts such as those published in the Bulletins of the Central Bank of Ireland and by other organisations. The focus ...
  • Technological training - education for industry 

    Alexander, D. H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1957)
    The invention of the steam engine and the widespread use of machinery m the rapidly growing manufacturing industries of the last century created the demand for a new form of training for those whose business it was to ...
  • Technology foresight 

    Hardiman, T. P. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1996)
    Following the investment in education OECD study in the early sixties the significance of technology to economic development became more apparent. The setting up of the National Science Council under the chairmanship of ...
  • The tenement homes of Dublin: their condition and regulation 

    Eason, Charles (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1899)
    The condition of the tenement houses of Dublin was enquired into by the Royal Commission upon the Sewerage and Drainage of Dublin in 1879. Their report states that "9,760 houses were occupied as dwellings let in tenements," ...
  • Tenures and land legislation in British India 

    Hutton, Henry Dix (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1870)
    The Irish land question verifies a twofold truth. Every social movement grows out of an antecedent intellectual progress, yet the results of solitary thought gain both in depth and interest by becoming instrumental to ...
  • Terrorism, tourism and FDI: Estimating a lower bound on the peace dividend in Northern Ireland 

    Muckley, Cal (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2011)
    In this article we estimate the economic cost of terrorism with regard to foreign direct investment and tourism in Northern Ireland during periods extending from 1970 through to 2007. Previous studies which have estimated ...
  • Testing which proposed regulations need ?competition-proofing? 

    Lyons, Sean (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2006)
    When assessing the likely net impact of regulation, many jurisdictions test for specific effects on areas of concern, such as small businesses or the environment, as well as for more generalised costs and benefits. This ...
  • The expansion of Dublin and the policy implications of dispersal 

    Williams, Brendan; Shiels, Patrick (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    While the process of economic globalisation has presented the region with significant opportunities the future and continuing economic development of the region is also threatened by global exposure of the export orientated ...
  • The suburbanisation of office development in Dublin and its transport implications 

    MacLaran, Andrew; Killen, James (Centre for Urban and Regional Studies. Trinity College Dublin, & the Faculty of the Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology. Bolton Street, 2002)
    Cities exist primarily to accommodate the vast range offunctions associated with the division of labour. By and large, it is the private-sector property development sector which equips space to accommodate this multiplicity ...
  • Theories of adjustment of the balance of payments under fixed exchanges 

    Menton, Brendan (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1948)
    Any system of stable exchange rates is one in which the quantity of money in each country is determined primarily by the balance of payments. Discrepancies in the balance of payments may be settled temporarily by movements ...
  • Theory and policy in Anglo-Irish trade relations, 1775-1800 

    Black, R. D. Collison (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1950)
    The manner in which economic theory affects economic policy, and vice-versa, is a question which has been the subject of much generalisation, but little detailed research. Obvious instances can be found in which policy ...
  • Thoughts on reading the Hon. John P. Vereker's paper on absenteeism 

    Shackleton, Ebenezer (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1851)
    Even if we grant that Absenteeism is an evil, in an economical sense, what then? How would you cure it, without interfering with personal freedom? Who do you call an absentee? Is it the man who derives rent from one ...
  • The Tierney report - a challenge for leadership 

    Mulcahy, Noel (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1996)
    This paper is presented as a means of demonstrating that the Tierney Report, arising from the work of the Science Technology and Innovation Advisory Council (STIAC), has the potential to stimulate a new phase of ...