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  • A comparison of the national incomes and social accounts of Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom 

    Carter, C. F.; Robson, Mary (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1955)
    In March, 1933, Dr. T. J. Kiernan published in the Economic Journal a paper on ?The National Income of the Irish Free State in 1926,? following it in June by a paper to this Society on National Expenditure. Since that time ...
  • Estimates of the gross domestic product of Northern Ireland, 1950-56 

    Carter, C. F. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1959)
    Estimates of the Gross Domestic Product of Northern Ireland have been supplied by Professor C. F. Carter, and are shown in the following table. A paper on ?A Comparison of the National Incomes and Social Accounts of Northern ...
  • Symposium on the economic outlook for 1954 

    Carter, C. F.; Robson, P.; Cuthbert, Norman; Black, W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1954)
    We are proceeding in this symposium from the general to the particular; and my task is to discuss in the broadest terms the general economic outlook for the United Kingdom in 1954. This seems to me to involve two questions, ...
  • Symposium on the present and future of inland transport 

    Carter, C. F.; Bailie, J. C.; Streight, R. L.; Johnson, Martin; Black, W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1957)
    The Statistical Society of Ireland is nearly 110 years old, and it has discussed the problems of Irish transport on some twenty-five occasions: for instance, over 90 years ago it was discussing the nationalisation of the ...
  • Symposium on the Report of the Commission on Emigration and other population problems 

    Carter, C. F.; Duncan, G. A.; Nevin, Donal; O Buachalla, Liam (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1956)
    My comments are limited to two points, one demographic and one economic. In matters demographic Ireland is obviously out of step with the rest of the world, and it is difficult to avoid the sense of guilt which comes ...