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  • The valuation of the city of Dublin 

    Dawson, Charles (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1897)
    As an introduction to the question of the state of the valuation of the city of Dublin, I should wish to refer briefly to the work achieved by the Municipal Corporation since the passing of the Public Health Act of ...
  • Variability in agricultural statistics on small and medium-sized farms in an Irish county 

    Geary, R. C. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1957)
    Irish agricultural statistics, going back in an almost unbroken annual sequence for more than a hundred years, are amongst the country's most precious statistical possessions, and indications are that they will assume even ...
  • Varied origins of the Irish people 

    Sadleir, T.U. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1933)
    The study of genealogy is based on the investigation of surnames.
  • The venue for trials, civil and criminal 

    O'Shaughnessy, Mark S. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    To secure a full, fair, and impartial trial of such issues as, for the adjustment of personal disputes, or for the protection of public rights, it may become necessary to decide, is surely an object to which, in the interests ...
  • The views of the statistical council 

    Conniffe, Denis (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1986)
    I think I can assume that anyone attending this symposium is both interested in, and relatively well informed about, the institutional arrangements for the collection and publication of official statistics. I will presume ...
  • A visit to Russia 

    Heron, Denis Caulfield (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1873)
    I had the honour of an invitation to the International Statistical Congress held at St, Petersburg last August. This was the eighth of the series of similar Congresses which have been held. The first Congress was at Brussels, ...
  • Vol.I Session I: Preminary pages & list of members 

    Dublin Statistical Society (Dublin Statistical Society, 1849)
  • Volatility and the Euro: an Irish perspective 

    Cotter, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2000)
    How volatile is the euro currency? Given Ireland?s open economy status and its strong trading dependency on economies outside the euro area, understanding this question is vital. The paper analyses the volatility levels ...
  • The volume of press display advertising in Ireland, 1957 

    Kingston, W. V.; Prendiville, B. J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1958)
    Advertising is frequently examined by sociologists and economists from the aspect of its effect on patterns of living and the economy generally. But its dimensions in modern economies suggest that it warrants study in its ...
  • Wage bill change in Ireland during recession - how have employers reacted to the downturn 

    Walsh, Kieran (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2012)
    The Earnings, Hours and Employment Costs Survey (EHECS) captures information each quarter on total earnings, paid hours and level of employment from a large representative sample of employers. Responses received typically ...
  • Wage inflation and structural unemployment in Ireland 

    Keeney, Mary J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2008)
    In this paper we represent structural unemployment by relating observed unemployment to wage inflation. An estimated series for the non-accelerating wage rate of unemployment (NAWRU) shows that the unemployment gap between ...
  • The want of industrial and practical education in Irish national schools. 

    Dawson, Charles (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1896)
    There is no doubt that the Irish people are behind the rest of the world in industries, and there is a concensus of opinion that the reason is the unindustrial and impractical character of our primary education. With ...
  • Was the early food the late poison? Foreign banks and the retail credit market during Ireland's financial crisis 

    Frost, Sarah; Goggin, Jean; O'Brien, Martin (Statistical and Social Inquiry Statistical Society of Ireland, 2015)
    Ireland's banking system is among the most open in the world, with a significant amount of the industry headquartered in other countries. In this paper we examine the development of the industry in the run up to the recent ...
  • Wealthier and healthier: Ireland's demographic catch-up 

    Walsh, Brendan M. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2008)
    In the first half of this paper I summarise the trend in Irish deaths rates over the period 1973-2006. In the second half I discuss some possible explanations of these trends.
  • Weights and measures after the war 

    Stanuell, Charles A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1917)
    In my judgment the United Kingdom will be successful in the present awful struggle, but the country will suffer great injury to many trades and manufactures. We shall also be liable for enormous debts contracted in ...
  • Well-being under conditions of abundance: Ireland from 1990-2007 

    Delaney, Liam (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2009)
    This paper examines the health and well-being of the Irish population in the late 20th century, the period popularly referred to as the Celtic Tiger. This period saw unprecedented increases in economic activity in Ireland. ...
  • What a perfect income tax of ten per cent would produce 

    Hancock, W. Neilson (Dublin Statistical Society, 1855)
    It is the plain duty of every subject of this great empire to contribute any information or suggestion that he may deem of use towards sustaining the contest in which we are now engaged. In discharging this duty, I do ...
  • What are the causes of the distressed state of the Highlands of Scotland? 

    Hancock, W. Neilson (Belfast Social Inquiry Society, 1852)
    It will not be necessary for me to occupy much of your time in adducing evidence of the nature and extent of the distressed state of the poorer classes in the Highlands of Scotland. To account for this distress, many of ...
  • What are the causes of the prosperous agriculture in the Lothians of Scotland? 

    Hancock, W. Neilson (Belfast Social Inquiry Society, 1852)
    The subject to which I propose to direct your attention in this paper is expressed in the following question :? What are the causes of the prosperous agriculture in the Lothians of Scotland ? You have all, no doubt, heard ...
  • What are the duties of the public with respect to charitable savings banks? 

    Hancock, W. Neilson (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1852)
    Here are two kinds of savings' bank, a joint stock savings' bank, and a government savings' bank. But the sort of institution to which I am about to direct your attention, is quite distinct from these in some essential ...