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  • Regional planning in Ireland - case for concentration - reappraisal 

    O'Farrell, PN (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1974)
    Few development issues in Ireland have generated so much controversy and emotion as the concept of spatially polarised growth; yet the continuing discussion has often been confused by a notable failure to define terms and ...
  • Note on alternative methods of logistic projection 

    McCarthy, C (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1974)
    Engel curves exhibiting high income elasticities at low levels of income which then decline with income to produce finite per capita saturation levels have been widely used in studies of consumer durable goods (Brown and ...
  • From division to dissension - Irish trade unions in 1930s 

    McCarthy, C (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1974)
    The special conference of April 1936 directed the national executive of the Irish Trade Union Congress to 'forthwith set up a Commission to inquire into and report on the terms of reference to the unions.'
  • Real and monetary effects of an exogenous change in interest rates - rejoinder 

    Thom, DR (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1974)
    Honohan seems to be treating my model as being both analytically and operationally equivalent to the standard Mundell open economy model. This I believe to be a misconception.
  • Note on real and monetary effects of an exogenous change in interest rates 

    Honohan, P (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1974)
    The interesting article by D. Rodney Thom (Economic and Social Review, January 1974) seems to contain a misleading assertion which makes his statistical results difficult to interpret. Thom's main thesis is that, in the ...

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