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  • The economic and social implications of demographic change 

    Fahey, Tony; FitzGerald, John D.; Maitre, Bertrand (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1998)
    This Society was founded in the midst of the population crisis caused by the Famine. No crisis on the scale of the Famine occurred again in the Society?s history, but various forms of demographic ?weakness?, such as high ...
  • Genetic variation in bulls divergent for fertility 

    WHISTON, RONAN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Biochemistry & Immunology. Discipline of Biochemistry, 2017)
    Bovine fertility remains a critical issue underpinning the sustainability of the agricultural sector. Since the realisation of an unfavourable relationship between fertility and production traits in cattle, methods to ...
  • Marriage and fertility in nineteenth century Londonderry 

    Johnson, James H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1958)
    The change in the age of marriage among the Irish, which occurred some time in the nineteenth century, is well known. Before the Great Famine early marriage was the rule; and this early marriage was associated with a rapid ...
  • Marriage, fertility and the family in Ireland ? a statistical perspective 

    Punch, Aidan (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2007)
    The paper looks at the changes which have been occurring in trends relating to marriage, fertility, and the family in Ireland. Cohabitation is increasing with one in four couples without children now falling into this ...
  • Recent demographic developments in Ireland 

    Leser, C. E. V. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1965)
    Seen from the demographic point of view, Ireland is well known to possess a number of unusual features m comparison with other countries of the Western world. The effect on natural population increase of a high average ...