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  • Employers social insurance contributions and employment - reply 

    Hughes, Gerard (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    I do not accept Fagan ad Murphy's argument that my estimate of the employment effect is misleading. My estimate refers to the short run and it is, therefore, perfectly valid for the period to which it relates. The estimates ...
  • Employers social insurance contributions and employment 

    Fagan, G.; Murphy, A. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    Holmlund (1981) presents a simple model of the incidence of employers' social insurance contributions. Hughes (1985) applies this model to Irish data, and examines the employment effect of employers' social insurance ...
  • An alternative measure of employment intensity 

    O'Riordan, William K. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    The input output tables in Eurostat (1983) are used to infer the total employment generated by final demand in 41 NACE Sectors in each of the 8 EEC countries in 1975. Average employment intensities (AEI) are then calculated ...
  • Community policing in Cork - awareness, attitudes and correlates 

    Hourihan, Kevin (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    Understanding of, and attitudes towards community policing were examined by a questionnaire survey in Cork in 1984. At that time, half of the respondents felt that local crime was at least a "fairly serious" problem, but ...
  • Community security - the irish problem 

    Gardiner, Frances K. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    Consideration of some theoretical literature on community involvement in crime control is useful in clarifying the ultimate objectives of such schemes. Characteristic of crime in Ireland is the high incidence of offences ...

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