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  • Note on reswitching and capital reversing 

    Woods, J.E. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1978)
    It is well known that, in the context of a stationary economy, reswitching of techniques implies capital reversing and that capital reversing can occur without reswitching. The aim of this paper is to discuss these two ...
  • Patterns of spousal accommodation and conflict in traditional and modern farm families 

    Hannan, Damian (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1978)
    This paper reports the results of interviews with a random sample of 408 couples operating family farms in the West of Ireland. Attention is focused on the extent of consensus on values between husbands and wives, the ...
  • Roman Catholic Church and economic growth in 19th-century Ireland 

    Kennedy, Liam (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1978)
    It has been claimed in both historical and contemporary writings that the activities of the Roman Catholic Church inhibited economic development in nineteenth-century Ireland. One specific line of reasoning has been that ...
  • Concentration in manufacturing sector of Republic of Ireland 

    Hutchinson, R.W. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1978)
    In this paper, the levels and changes in the levels of concentration in Irish manufacturing industries between 1958 and 1968 are examined. With the small size of Irish industry it is to be expected that the manufacturing ...
  • Party solidarity, exclusivity and inter-party relationships in Ireland, 1922-1977 - evidence of transfers 

    Gallagher, Michael (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1978)
    This paper presents an analysis of the transfer of lower preference votes at Irish general elections between 1922 and 1977, illustrating some features of the main Irish parties and of the changing relationships between ...

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