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  • Wages, sex-discrimination and the Irish labor-market for young workers 

    Reilly, Barry (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1987)
    Human capital wage equations are estimated using individual level data on single males and single females in the Irish labour market for young workers. The results are broadly consonant with theoretical predictions. Returns ...
  • The relevance of a beta-book for Irish equities 

    McKillop, D.G.; Hutchinson, RW (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1987)
    This paper investigates the role of Beta coefficients in determining rates of return on equities traded in the Irish stock market. It concludes that a `Beta Book? would be inappropriate in this case due to institutional ...
  • Property cycles in Dublin - the anatomy of boom and slump in the industrial and office property sectors 

    MacLaran, Andrew; MacLaran, Morag; Malone, Patrick (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1987)
    The property development process is the means by which built space is created to accommodate the variety of urban functions. The paper examines the existence of boom-slump cycles in the industrial and office property ...
  • Estimating and testing CES production-functions on Irish 12-sector input-output data 

    Henry, E.W. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1987)
    Irish input-output data are used to estimate and test CES production functions for each of 12 sectors having 2 groups of input costs. The objective is to generalise input-output analysis to allow for price effects and ...
  • Meenan, James - an appreciation 

    Anonymous (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1987)
    Professor James Meenan, who died in Dublin on 25th May 1987 was born on 18th October 1910, the eldest son of Dr James N . Meenan who was a Professor of the faculty of Medicine at University College, Dublin. He was educated ...

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