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  • Study of church of Ireland population of Ardfert, Co Kerry, 1971 

    Robinson, HW (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1972)
    This study was made with four purposes to assist the Diocesan Synod and the Diocesan Council of Ardfert, in planning parochial re-organisation; to assist the Bishop of Limerick and Ardfert and the ministers serving under ...
  • Regression and rate of change in economic time series 

    Praetz, PD (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1972)
    This note comments on Geary's (1972) use of regression to calculate the rate of change in economic time series. His paper refers to "the rate of change", but it does not distinguish between the instantaneous rate of change, ...
  • Shift and share analysis of regional employment change in Ireland, 1951-66 

    O'Farrell, PN (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1972)
    If regional policy in Ireland is to be developed so as to become more effective, or even if the goal is to evaluate existing strategies the logical first step is to consider the underlying causes of regional disparities ...
  • Testing for serial correlation in regression when bounds-test is inconclusive 

    Harrison, MJ (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1972)
    Whenever least squares regression is used, to analyse economic time series, or cross-section data, the possibility of serially correlated disturbances presents a serious problem. It is, therefore, of considerable importance ...
  • Party loyalty and Irish voters - EEC referendum as a case study 

    Garvin, Tom; Parker, Anthony (Economic and Social Research Institute, DUBLIN, 1972)
    Voter loyalties to the established parties in the Irish political system are quite strong, but by no means unconditional. Shifts in voter support do occur over time. The most vivid instance of the Irish voter's ability to ...

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