Recent Submissions

  • Symposium on national income and social accounts 

    McCarthy, M. D.; Duncan, G. A.; Whitaker, T. K.; Lynch, Patrick (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1952)
    The series of tables and notes which form the kernel of this contribution to the Society's symposium on National Income are designed as an appendix to the recent White Paper,1 which contained the official estimates of ...
  • Symposium on social security 

    Eason, J. C. M.; Coyne, E. J.; Mortished, R. J. P.; Henderson, R.; Johnston, Joseph; McElhinney, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1950)
    When I was asked to make some comments upon the White Paper entitled ?Social Security? no indication was given as to the particular aspect with which I was expected to deal. The paper is of importance because it summarises ...
  • The Industrial Relations Act, 1946 

    Mortished, R. J. P. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1948)
    The Industrial Relations Act, which was introduced and enacted last year with the general approval of both employers' and workers' organizations and of all parties in the Oireachtas, is not a very lengthy measure, but it ...
  • Tuberculosis: a social survey 

    Kidney, William C. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1948)
    Tuberculosis is essentially a disease of civilization, which dates back to the earliest days of history. We see five great historical facts about the disease, (i) its antiquity, (ii) its recognition as a separate disease, ...
  • An economic basis for an Irish rural civilisation 

    Johnston, Joseph (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1948)
    The general argument of this paper is that if we would establish a suitable economic basis for a worth-while Irish rural civilisation we must have, not only co-operation of farmers living in their scattered homesteads, ...

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