The ESRI is located at:
Sir John Rogerson’s Quay,
The ESRI building is in a new pedestrian square off Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. Pedestrian entrances are as follows:
There is an entrance to the basement car park, for deliveries only, via Hanover Street East. Disc parking is generally available in the surrounding streets. Link to map.
Telephone 353 1 8632000
Fax 353 1 8632100
Yes, ESRI seminars are open to the public, attendance is free of charge and you do not need to book in advance. To receive notice of forthcoming seminars please sign up for our Newsletter.
With effect from January 1, 2014, the staff of the ESRI’s Health Research & Information Division have been seconded to the HSE to work in the Healthcare Pricing Office (HPO). Given this development, the Health Research & Information Division (HRID) at the ESRI was closed from December 31, 2013. Documents, contact details etc. which were on the HRID pages of the ESRI website have been moved to the new domain www.hpo.ie .
Research published by staff of the HRID up to the end of 2013 will continue to be available on the ESRI website.
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Each issue of the ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary contains forecast national accounts with figures for GNP, GDP, balance of payments, etc. These are in a series of tables at the end of the summary sections of each Commentary and available as .pdf files at Quarterly Economic Commentary.
The majority of report and publications by the ESRI are available to download for free on publication from our website, see our Publications page. They may also be available in other libraries. If you are having difficulty in finding a particular publication please contact: Sarah Burns on Sarah.Burns@esri.ie or Tel: +353 1 8632000;
Some Journal articles are not be available to download from our website for copyright reasons.
You can use the Publications pages of this web site to identify the books or reports that you want. If the publication is not available to download from our website then contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request an electronic copy.
The majority of ESRI publications and reports are available to download from our website for free.