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  • Some problems of policy-related attitude surveys - with examples from the davis-sinnott report 

    Mccullagh, C (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1981)
    This paper offers a criticism of some of the problems involved in policy-related attitude surveys. It argues that the assumptions made in order to generate information useful to policy-makers are difficult to defend. The ...
  • Redistribution of household income in ireland by taxes and benefits 

    Nolan, B (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1981)
    Precis: This study uses data published by the CSO based on the 1973 Household Budget Survey to look at the redistribution of income among households by taxes and benefits. The distribution of cash benefits, direct taxes, ...
  • The inflation of house prices in Northern Ireland in the 1970s 

    Fleming, M.C.; Nellis, J.G. (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1981)
    Official statistics published by the Department of the Environment (London) suggest that during the 1970s Northern Ireland changed from being the cheapest housing region in the United Kingdom to being the most expensive ...
  • The decline of irish industry in the 19th-century 

    Omalley, E (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1981)
    Official statistics published by the Department of the Environment (London) suggest that during the 1970s Northern Ireland changed from being the cheapest housing region in the United Kingdom to being the most expensive ...