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  • Quarterly estimates of capacity utilisation in Ireland 

    McMahon, P.C.; Smyth, D.J. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1974)
    The present paper derives indices of capacity utilisation for the total transportable industries sector of the Irish economy and also for twelve sub-sectors. The indices estimated are based on the Wharton School linked-peaks ...
  • Foreign-held U.S. government securities and monetary policy in United States 

    Lucia, J.L. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1974)
    The American deficit in the balance of payments of recent years has had its counterpart in the accumulation of US government securities in the hands of foreigners. Dollars earned by foreigners have been, to a large extent, ...
  • Fiscal policy in Irish economy - leontief approach to some Keynesian objectives 

    Irvine, I.J. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1974)
    The objective of this paper is to examine certain aspects of the effectiveness of fiscal policy in the Irish economy within the framework of a mixed Leontief Keynesian system. Primarily, we are concerned with estimating ...
  • Patronage, tradition and modernisation - case of Irish gombeenman 

    Gibbon, Peter; Higgins, M.D. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1974)
    As part of a general movement toward the study of complex societies in political anthropology, the last few years has witnessed a proliferation of empirical studies in patron-client ties. Most of this literature has been ...
  • Men and women - next frontiers 

    Fogarty, Michael P.; Rapoport, Rhona; Rapoport, Robert (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1974)
    This paper originates from the group of studies by the authors, sponsored from 1966 by PEP and the Leverhulme Trust, on Sex Career and Family, and from a series of continuing studies by them on the family, the interweaving ...

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