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  • Party loyalty and Irish voters - reply 

    Garvin, Tom; Parker, Anthony (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    Informed and constructive criticism is always to be welcomed. However, we feel obliged to comment on a number of points raised by Mr Gillman in his extended examination of our paper. Our inclusion of spoilt votes does ...
  • Party loyalty and Irish voters - EEC referendum as a case study 

    Gillman, C (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    In their paper Tom Garvin and Anthony Parker set out to describe the geographical variation of the voting pattern in the EEC Referendum, and to analyse the relationship between party loyalties and the Referendum vote. The ...
  • Measurement of levels of drinking 

    O' Connor, JF (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    A study that deals with the drinking behaviour of a particular group, must cope with the problem of obtaining accurate measures of the alcohol consumed by the respondents. This paper is concerned with the literature and ...
  • Survey of industrial movement in Northern Ireland between 1965 and 1969 

    Murie, A.S.; Birrell, W.D.; Hillyard, P.A.; Roche, D.J.D. (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    Discussionof the economic situation of Northern Ireland has been dominated by persistently high rates of unemployment. Since 1936 these rates have been higher than in any other region of the United Kingdom. Since the war ...
  • Trade unions and wage inflation 

    Mulvey, C; Trevithick JA (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    It was a traumatic discovery for many economists interested in the problem of inflation that the Phillips Curve quite suddenly appeared to lose its predictive capacity after 1966. Many clung on to the hope that what we ...

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