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  • Notes on aggregation 

    Woods, JE (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1980)
    Brown and Chang(1976) consider questions of output and capital aggregation in the context of a neo-classical general equilibrium model. Inter alia, they derive a condition, using Hicks' composite commodity theorem, for ...
  • The use of the irish electoral register for population estimation 

    Whelan, BJ; Keogh, G (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1980)
    A strong relationship is shown to exist between the number of registered electors in a county and the county's population in census years. This relationship can be used to estimate county populations in intercensal years. ...
  • Monetary-policy with overshooting exchange-rates 

    Niehans, J (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1980)
    The advent of floating exchange rates has meant that international monetary theory has been subject to continuous testing. Using Switzerland as the example of a small open economy (SOE), three issues are considered. First, ...
  • The urban sociology of castells,manuel - a critical-examination of the central concepts 

    Mckeown, K (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1980)
    The writings of Manuel Castells are centrally concerned with the development of a Marxist urban sociology. This article provides a critical examination of the central concepts of these writings. The article begins with ...
  • Dimensions of irish students religiosity 

    Inglis, TF (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1980)
    This paper attempts to identify the dimensions of religiosity for Catholic university students in Ireland through survey data obtained in 1976. Glock and Stark's (1965 and 1968) dimensions of religiosity are reformulated ...

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