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  • Translocality and the Class Conditions of Filipino Nurse Migrants in the Republic of Ireland 

    Trinidad, Arnie Cordero (Trinity College Dublin. School of Social Sciences & Philosophy. Discipline of Sociology, 2024)
    The rise in the number of international labour migrants and their situatedness in and attachments to multiple locations are creating complex class conditions for migrant labour, which are only beginning to be understood ...
  • The coalition government's record on tax 

    Roantree, Barra (The Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2015)
    As part of its deficit reduction programme, the coalition government has made tax changes whose direct impact is to reduce borrowing by £16.4 billion in 2015---16: the net effect of £64.3 billion of tax rises and £48.0 ...
  • Budget 2019: tax and welfare changes 

    Roantree, Barra (The Economic and Social Research Institute, 2018)
    In his budget delivered to the Dáil on 9 October, the Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform announced an increase in General Government expenditure for 2019 of €4.2 billion, an increase of 5.1 per cent from ...
  • Housing Assistance Payment: Potential impacts on financial incentives to work 

    Roantree, Barra (The Economic and Social Research Institute, 2019)
    Since March 2017, a new income-related housing support for those with a long-term housing need called Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) has been available throughout the state. This paper examines the potential impact on ...
  • Carbon taxes and compensation options 

    Roantree, Barra (The Economic and Social Research Institute, 2019)
    This paper examines the effects an increase in the Irish carbon tax would have on households’ incomes, and assesses potential options for compensating households. While a carbon tax rise would disproportionately affect ...

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