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  • Economic aspects of alcohol consumption in Republic of Ireland 

    Walsh, BM; Walsh, D (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    Considerable difficulties beset international comparisons of the incidence and prevalence of 'alcoholism'. This reflects the absence of a universally accepted definition of the illness and of a yardstick by which its ...
  • Further analysis of Irish expenditure functions, 1965-1966 

    Pratschke, JL (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    This paper is concerned with a closer examination of the interaction between household size and composition and household expenditures, using, as in the previous study, data collected by the Central Statistics Office and ...
  • Regional development in ireland - problems of goal formulation and objective specification 

    O' Farrell, PN (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    The establishment of a consistent set of goals and objectives is fundamental to the planning process since planning is concerned with attempting to realise predetermined results. Although specification of objectives is a ...
  • Quantitative estimates of trade liberalisation - methods and results 

    McAleese, D (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    The economic benefits of trade liberalisation are conventionally divided into two parts: static gains and dynamic gains. Static gains refer to the advantages of increased specialisation arising from easier access to ...
  • Determinants of personal savings in ireland - econometric inquiry 

    Kennedy, Kieran A.; Dowling, Brendan R. (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1970)
    The acceleration in the rate of economic growth in Ireland in. the last ten years or so compared with the earlier post-war years has been accompanied by a very considerable rise in the proportion of income saved. This ...