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New publication shows that the non-EU employment permits system increasingly responds to labour market information


A new report Determining Labour and Skills Shortages and the Need for Labour Migration in Ireland published today (Wednesday, 25...  



New Study finds that Proposed White Paper Model of Universal Health Insurance would increase Irish Healthcare Expenditure


A new research report, “An Examination of the Potential Costs of Universal Health Insurance (UHI) in Ireland”, was published today...  



New Report on the Economic Consequences of Brexit for Ireland


In the report Scoping the Possible Economic Implications of Brexit on Ireland, published today (Thursday, 5 November 2015), ESRI researchers explore the...  



Irish Consumer Sentiment Marginally Better in October


The overall KBC Ireland/ESRI Consumer Sentiment Index increased from 100.6 in September to 101.3 this month. The 3-month moving average...  



No Evidence that the Back To Education Allowance employment support programme is effective in helping unemployed people to find jobs says the ESRI


No evidence of improved employment outcomes for Back To Education Allowance recipients, says the ESRI.  The main objective of the...  



Dublin Consumers More Cautious as Confidence Improves Slightly Outside the Capital


Consumer Sentiment weakened in Dublin while it improved marginally in the  rest of Ireland in the 3rd quarter of 2015....  



Irish Research shows the Harmful Effects of the Recession on Families and Children


Ireland has invested heavily in recent years in the collection of ‘longitudinal’ social science data in the hope of creating...  



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New ESRI Research Highlights the Importance of Early Intervention and Flexibility of Supports in Preventing Early School Leaving


A new research report, ‘Review of the School Completion Programme’, was published today by the ESRI. The School Completion Programme...  



Irish Savers feeling at their most positive in five years – especially the Under 50s


Nationwide UK (Ireland) Savings Index Rises to 129 Points, Highest Level Since Index Began in 2010 The Nationwide UK (Ireland)/ESRI...  





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