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New ESRI research discusses requirements for achieving universal healthcare in Ireland


Today, Thursday 16 June, the ESRI published a paper examining the rationale and the requirements for achieving universal healthcare, which...  



Minimum wage increases have little impact on household poverty


A new ESRI study finds that workers on low hourly pay are often found in households with incomes close to...  



New ESRI Research Examines the Impact of Corporate Taxation on Attracting Foreign Direct Investment to Ireland and Other EU Countries 


Today, Tuesday 14 June, the ESRI published new research titled Corporate Taxation and Foreign Direct Investment in EU Countries: Policy Implications...  



Growing Up in Ireland Conference: Call for Abstracts


Growing Up in Ireland – the National Longitudinal Study of Children, will hold its eighth annual research conference on Thursday...  



Slower Rate of Growth in Private Sector Rents


The latest rent index shows that rents continued to increase in Q1, 2016, when compared with Q 4, 2015, although...  



Savings Index for May shows a low level of people who believe government policies encourage saving


Key Highlights  The level of people who felt it was a good time to save in May, and that government...  



Few targeted labour market integration supports exist for refugees


A new report published today (Wednesday, 1 June 2016) by the ESRI finds that Ireland has not developed a system...  



Irish Consumers Increasingly Nervous In May


Irish consumer sentiment slips to fourteen month low Survey suggests no dramatic deterioration in circumstances but a clear downgrading of...  



ESRI Pays Tribute to Professor Brendan Walsh


It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of Professor Brendan M. Walsh on 19 May 2016....  



Experiments Show When Consumers Are Vulnerable to Mistakes


Consumers are likely to make costly mistakes when descriptions of products force them to think about too many things at...  





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