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  • The balance of payments as a monetary phenomenon - a review and consideration of Irish evidence 1960-1978 

    Kenneally, Martin; Finn, Mary (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1985)
    This paper briefly sketches alternative approaches to balance of payments theory and notes the salient features of `the? monetary approach. Some alternative models associated with the monetary approach are distinguished ...
  • Some family characteristics of Irish juvenile-offenders 

    O'Mahony, Paul; Cullen, Rosemary; O'Hora, Mary James (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1985)
    Two matched groups are compared, 100 industrial trainees and 870 juvenile offenders, who comprised the total population of Ireland's one Juvenile Open Centre during a 4-year period. Variables examined include family size, ...
  • Intermarriage, conflict and social control in Ireland - the decree 'ne temere' 

    Lee, Raymond M. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1985)
    The decree `Ne temere? of 1908 by which the Roman Catholic Church has, until recently, governed the marriage of one of its members to someone who is not a Roman Catholic has had attributed to it a number of deleterious ...
  • Impact of EEC enlargement on Ireland trade in manufactured goods 

    Gormley, Patrick J. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1985)
    The study examines the likely impact on Ireland's trade in manufactures of the accessions of Greece, Portugal and Spain to the EECSITC3-digit trade data (for 1978-1983) for manufactures are used to compute two indices: ...
  • Impact of EEC enlargement on Ireland trade in manufactured goods 

    Gormely, Patrick J. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1985)
    The study examines the likely impact on Ireland's trade in manufactures of the accessions of Greece, Portugal and Spain to the EECSITC3-digit trade data (for 1978-1983) for manufactures are used to compute two indices: ...

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