JSSISI: Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1847-
The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland holds a unique place in the study of the Irish economy and Irish society. Since its foundation in the autumn of 1847 the Society has analysed the major changes that have taken place in population, employment, legal and administrative systems and social services No other single source provides such a comprehensive picture of social change over such a long period'. - from "The Spirit of Earnest Inquiry" by Mary E. Daly, 1997
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Endowment Effect and Reservation Wage: A behavioural evaluation of the impact of 2010 Jobseekers Allowance rate changes on labour market outcomes for young unemployed (Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2018)This paper evaluates the impact of the 2010 jobseekers allowance rate changes on the labour market decisions of new jobseekers to investigate the predictive power of orthodox versus behavioural economic theories. The paper ...
(Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2018)Ireland during the 20th century was a demographic outlier, rather than an economic one. With a swingtowards population growth, rather than away from it, during the 21st century, this outlier status will persist. However, ...
(Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2018)The National Planning Framework (NPF) was published by Government together with the National Development Plan, as ‘Project Ireland 2040’, in February 2018. An explanation of how the National Planning Framework will be ...
(Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2018)This paper examines the UK’s large and, by some measures, growing variation in economic performance across cities and regions and assesses how policymakers can and should respond. The traditional policy mix – including ...