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  • Essays on the macroeconomic impact of financial openness 

    O'Donnell, Barry (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Economics, 2003)
    This thesis uses new data to examine the impact of a quantitative measure of international financial integration on various indicators of macroeconomic performance. Proponents of greater openness to financial flows maintain ...
  • Estimating the income and socio-economic determinants of the demand for transport using household micro-data 

    Nolan, Anne Marie (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Economics, 2003)
    The purpose of this thesis is to examine the income and socio-economic determinants of transport demand, using Dublin as a case study. Chapter 1 sets the context by discussing the problem of excessive car use in urban ...
  • The determinants of repertoire diversity in non-profit theatre: an application to England and Germany 

    Neligan, Adriana Sonia (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Economics, 2004)
    This thesis studies repertoire diversity and its possible determinants in non-profit theatre for two European countries, namely England and Germany. For this, extensive econometric analysis is carried out using specifically ...
  • Essays on international capital flows 

    Guerin, Selen Sarisoy (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Economics, 2003)
    This thesis is a collection of essays on international capital flows. The main motivation for this work was to address a number of relatively unexplored issues within this subject. Four topics were empirically analyzed ...
  • Essays on regional restructuring and the Polish labour market 

    Duffy, Fiona (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Economics, 2002)
    The fall of the iron curtain and the transition shock that Poland faced in the early 1990s necessitated substantial adjustments throughout the economy. Planners no longer dictated prices, trade, financial allocations or ...

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