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  • Spatial structure of agricultural output in Republic of Ireland 

    Gillmor, D.A. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1977)
    Mixed livestock production with some arable cropping is the description often taken as applying to the form of agriculture practised throughout Ireland, with little or no reference to the major regional variations in the ...
  • Speculative rational expectations' exchange rate dynamics with risk averse wealth owners and a monetary authority averse to exchange rate variability 

    Dunne, Peter G. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1990)
    In the analysis to follow an important aspect of speculative exchange rate movements is examined in isolation from macroeconomic feedback effects. The over-riding objective here is to investigate the effect of adherence ...
  • Spillover in Euro Area Sovereign Bond Markets 

    Conefrey, Thomas; Cronin, David (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 2014)
  • State, competition and industrial change in Ireland 1991-1999 

    O Riain, Sean (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 2004)
    As job losses increased rapidly in 2003 amid calls for increased competitiveness, it becomes all the more crucial to understand the character and causes of such industrial upgrading that did occur in Ireland in the 1990s. ...
  • State, family and compulsory schooling in Ireland 

    Fahey, Tony (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1992)
    Legal sanctions to compel parents into sending their children more regularly to school were widely applied in Ireland from the 1920s to the 1950s, following which the practice declined substantially and changed in nature ...
  • Statistical analysis of revisions to Irish national accounts 

    Ruane, F. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1975)
    This paper examines the effects of data revisions on the major expenditure components in the Irish national accounts. The various tests used to establish their extent confirm that revisions affect levels more seriously ...
  • Status inequalities within families in relation to their structural differences 

    Hannan, D (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    The nuclear family, not the individual, is regarded as the basic unit of social stratification systems: a nuclear family being usually defined as a man and wife, with their dependent children, sharing a common domicile. ...
  • Sterling movements and Irish pound interest rates 

    Honohan, Patrick; Conroy, Charles (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1994)
    Despite convergence of inflation to below the system's average, Ireland experienced volatile short-term interest rates in the EMS. Much of the volatility comes from periods of Sterling weakness being associated with higher ...
  • Study of church of Ireland population of Ardfert, Co Kerry, 1971 

    Robinson, HW (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    This study was made with four purposes to assist the Diocesan Synod and the Diocesan Council of Ardfert, in planning parochial re-organisation; to assist the Bishop of Limerick and Ardfert and the ministers serving under ...
  • Study of factor structure of attitudinal measures of major social psychological constructs in an Irish sample 

    Davis, E.E.; Fine Davis, Margaret; Breathnach, Agnes; Moran, Rosalyn (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1977)
    Within social psychology, the study of attitudes has been a central concern since the first quarter of this century. In fact, some early theorists (e.g. Thomas and Znaniecki, 1918 and Watson, 1925) regarded attitude as so ...
  • Study of non-economic factors in irish economic development 

    Hutchinson, B (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    The geographical, demographic, financial and political forces that hampered the progress of economic development in Ireland have been debated for many decades; and Ireland's economic lagardliness has been constrasted, ...
  • Substituting means for missing observations in regression 

    Conniffe, D. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1978)
    This note examines why the simple method of substituting means seems to give good results in certain circumstances. The objective is not to promote this simple approach instead of more sophisticated methods - no one has ...
  • Suicide in Ireland: the influence of alcohol and unemployment 

    Walsh, Brendan M.; Walsh, Dermot (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 2011)
    We model the behaviour of the Irish suicide rate over the period 1968-2009 using the unemployment rate and the level of alcohol consumption as the principal explanatory variables. We find that alcohol consumption is a ...
  • Sums and products of indirect utility functions 

    Conniffe, Denis (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 2002)
    There are relatively few known demand systems that are theoretically satisfactory and practically implementable. This paper considers the possibility of deriving more complex demand systems from simpler known ones by ...
  • Survey of industrial movement in Northern Ireland between 1965 and 1969 

    Murie, A.S.; Birrell, W.D.; Hillyard, P.A.; Roche, D.J.D. (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    Discussionof the economic situation of Northern Ireland has been dominated by persistently high rates of unemployment. Since 1936 these rates have been higher than in any other region of the United Kingdom. Since the war ...
  • Survey of some delinquent boys in an irish-industrial-school and reformatory 

    Hart, I (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    The research aimed at discovering specific social and psychological characteristics of institutionalized delinquent boys in the Irish Republic. Various researchers had considered separate aspects of juvenile delinquency ...
  • Sustainable development and rural poverty in the Republic of Ireland : review artiicle 

    Crowley, Ethel (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1998)
    When one embarks upon a conversation about anything to do with rural Ireland, the most common perception one encounters is that farmers "are cleaning up" or "creaming off the system", that farmers are, for example, absorbing ...
  • Symposium on equality of opportunity in Irish schools - introduction 

    Clancy, Patrick (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1985)
    The papers in this symposium are concerned with an assessment of an important recent publication in Irish education on Equality of Opportunity in Irish Schools (Greaney and Kellaghan, 1984). It is no longer a matter of ...
  • Symposium on unemployment and the labor-market in ireland - introduction 

    Walsh, Bm (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1983)
    One of the most controversial issues in modern labour economics surrounds the attempt to establish the existence and magnitude of the effect of unemployment insurance on the level of measured unemployment. To some economists ...
  • Systems and management - review 

    Ross, M (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    This article seeks to serve several purposes, first to present a brief statement of the evolution and philosophy of modern systems analysis and then, to relate this to the operation of the managerial function in a modern ...