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  • Pilot study of child-rearing practices among mothers of young children in Dublin 

    Peskett, C; Roberts, H (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    Our pilot survey was prompted by an earlier study of infant rearing carried out by John and Elizabeth Newson in Nottingham in 1963, and by a desire to undertake a comparable investigation in Dublin. Work was limited by ...
  • Irelands demographic transformation, 1958-70 

    Walsh, BM (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    In the early 1960's Ireland's marriage, rate was very low and marriage fertility very high by European standards. The marriage rate had, however, been rising since the 1940's, especially when expressed in terms of the ...
  • Expectations hypothesis and theory of inflation - appraisal 

    Mulvey, C; Trevithick JA (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    One of the most interesting and significant developments to have emerged in recent ..years from the discussion of the nature of the 'Phillips Curve' has centred around the role of expectations in the inflationary process. ...
  • Distribution of personal wealth in Northern-Ireland 

    Lyons, PM (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    The economist shares an interest with the rest of mankind in wealth, the manner in which it is held, by persons in a state and its distribution among those persons. Current wealth is a measure both of past economic growth, ...
  • Production functions for 14 subsectors of Irish industry, 1960-1968, for purpose of estimating employment 

    Henry, EW (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    During this past year two important research publications on production functions for Irish industry have appeared, by Kennedy and by Farley. The first analyses the growth rate of net output per unit of labour as a function ...

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