Recent Submissions

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

    Kenneally, Martin; Finn, Mary (Economic and Social Research Institute, 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 and Social Research Institute, 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 and Social Research Institute, 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 and Social Research Institute, 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 and Social Research Institute, 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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