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  • Capital in Irish industry 

    Henry, E. W.; Heelan, Louis J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    This paper presents the results of a first attempt to provide a comprehensive picture of the capital structure of industry in Ireland Up to the present time, there has been no reliable information on such matters as the ...
  • The personal wealth of Northern Ireland 1920-1960 

    Corley, T. A. B. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    The main object of this paper is to build up estimates of personal wealth in Northern Ireland, in order to chart the material progress of its inhabitants during the past forty years. To this end, wherever possible, ...
  • Some aspects of inland transport 

    Reynolds, D. J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    Tonight I propose to deal with two subjects which seem to be too large and awkward to fit into a general study of transport yet not sufficiently large and lacking sufficient data to justify separate studies. Since they ...
  • Trends in agricultural development in Europe and Ireland 

    Attwood, E. A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    The most widely accepted economic argument in favour of Irish membership of an enlarged European Economic Community is that it will lead to a big increase in our earnings from the export of agricultural products. This, ...
  • An analysis of human fertility in Northern Ireland 

    Park, A. T. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    There has never been a special inquiry into the population of Northern Ireland such as that of the Royal Commission on Population (1946) in Great Britain. In fact, apart from three questions on fertility in the 1911 ...
  • Survey of sources of monetary supply in Ireland 

    Oslizlok, J. S. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    Judging by developments in other countries the survey of changes in the supply of money is the first step in the buildingup of financial accounts. The purpose of this paper is to suggest a beginning in that direction. ...
  • Health services - a critical appraisal 

    Jessop, W. J. E. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    The designing of a health service involves exercises in economics and administration as well as in medicine and the relation between all three is so intimate that the best results can only be obtained if the planners ...
  • The youth employment service - why, what and how 

    Jenks, Richard, E. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    In Great Britain, at the beginning of this century, it was felt that, as a natural corollary of the greatly increased public expenditure on education, provision should be made for young people and their parents to receive ...
  • Economic studies in Northern Ireland labour statistics 

    O'Herlihy, C. St J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1964)
    This paper deals with three topics all related to Northern Ireland. The first part is devoted to an analysis of the difference in weekly earnings between Great Britain and Northern Ireland for 22 minimum list headings. ...
  • The pattern of personal expenditure in Ireland 

    Leser, C. E. V. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1964)
    The object of the present paper is to study the distribution of personal expenditure in Ireland over a number of commodity groups, to analyse the changes that have recently taken place, and to consider the implications for ...
  • Factors relevant to planning an economic forestry policy 

    Jack, W. H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1964)
    A major consideration in overall economic planning must be the extent to which a resource which can be provided locally is being brought into the country. In Ireland there is a virtual absence of mineral resources but ...
  • The economics of Irish forestry 

    Gray, H. J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1964)
    In reviewing the development of State Forestry in Ireland with particular regard to its economic implications, I propose to deal successively with three main periods of development?-1908-1922 and 1922-1958?which between ...
  • Towards an input-output decision model for Ireland 

    Geary, R. C. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1964)
    As will appear, the experiments, all based on Irish data, have been numerous, so I shall dispense as much as possible with preamble and define decision models as the models which decision model makers make, adapting the ...
  • Aircraft selection - with particular reference to the Aer Lingus selection of the BAC one - eleven 

    Dempsey, J. F. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    Conditions in the technical development of the aeroplane at the present time, especially the absence of any important improvements in design or in motive power and the uncertainty about the prospects for supersonic transport, ...
  • Recent demographic developments in Ireland 

    Leser, C. E. V. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    Seen from the demographic point of view, Ireland is well known to possess a number of unusual features m comparison with other countries of the Western world. The effect on natural population increase of a high average ...
  • Some economic aspects of land use policy in Ireland 

    Attwood, E. A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    This paper sets out to examine the current trends in the pattern of land use, to discuss the factors which must be considered m any delineation of the optimum utilisation of the land m the country, and finally to ...
  • State enterprise and economic planning in the Irish Republic 

    Bristow, J. A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    The establishment of public enterprise in the Republic owes little to ideology, except perhaps before the war when the ideal of national selfsufficiency played some part in the decision to set up such bodies as the Irish ...
  • One-day absence in industry 

    Froggatt, P. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    Much has been written about absence from work taken in spells of three days or more, little about spells of one or two days?possibly because they do not ordinarily count for National Insurance benefit Nevertheless, this ...