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  • The feasibility of low concentration targets : an application of FUND 

    TOL, RICHARD S. J. (Economic and Social Research Institute, 03/03/2009)
    I study the feasibility of stringent targets for stabilizing ambient greenhouse gas concentrations. Climate policy has diminishing returns, and there is therefore a maximum to what can be achieved. The success of climate ...
  • Fuel poverty in Ireland : extent, affected groups and policy issues 

    Scott, Susan; Keane, Claire; McCarthy, Donal; TOL, RICHARD S. J.; Lyons, Sean (Economic and Social Research Institute, 03/11/2008)
    This paper provides updated estimates for the scale of fuel poverty in the Republic of Ireland using two measures: one based on fuel expenditure as a share of income and the other based on self-reported deprivation. It ...
  • The impact of wage bargaining regime on firm-level competitiveness and wage inequality : the case of Ireland 

    Kelly, Elish; O'Connell, Philip J.; MC GUINNESS, SEAMUS (Economic and Social Research Institute, 12/12/2008)
    This paper uses a linked employer-employee dataset to analyse the impact of institutional wage bargaining regimes on levels of average labour costs and within firm wage dispersion in private sector companies in Ireland. ...
  • Economic costs of extratropical storms under climate change : an application of FUND 

    Narita, Daiju; Anthoff, David; TOL, RICHARD S. J. (Economic and Social Research Institute, 13/01/2009)
    Extratropical cyclones have attracted some attention in climate policy circles as a possible significant damage factor of climate change. This study conducts an assessment of economic impacts of increased storm activities ...
  • Climate feedbacks on the terrestrial biosphere and the economics of climate policy : an application of Fund 

    TOL, RICHARD S. J. (Economic and Social Research Institute, 14/04/2009)
    Previous versions of the FUND model assumed, like many integrated assessment models, that the carbon cycle is independent of climate change. I here introduce a feedback through which warming leads to higher net emissions. ...
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.
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    O Kearnai?, Seaan, 1545?-1587? (1571)
    The first book printed in the Queen Elizabeth Irish type, and the first book to be printed in Ireland in the Irish language.