Other Outputs

Publications



.The following outputs represent un-refereed work-in-progress by ESRI researchers.

front cover for WP570 The value of tourist angling: a travel cost method estimation of demand for two destination salmon rivers in Ireland
August 29, 2017 | ESRI Working Paper

Authors: Gianluca Grilli, John Curtis , Stephen Hynes , Gavin Landgraf
Research Areas: Energy and Environment


Advertising and investment spillovers in the diffusion of residential energy efficiency renovations
August 28, 2017 | ESRI Working Paper

Authors: Matthew Collins, John Curtis
Research Areas: Energy and Environment


Consumer Sentiment Index, July 2017
August 14, 2017 | Indices Report

Authors: Daniel Foley, Conor O'Toole
Research Areas: Macroeconomics


Brexit will have regionally differentiated effects
August 7, 2017

Authors: Edgar Morgenroth
Research Areas: Macroeconomics


Determinants of power hedging mechanisms in liberalized electricity markets
July 17, 2017

Authors: Petr Spodniak, Valentin Bertsch
Research Areas: Energy and Environment


Working at a different level? curriculum differentiation in Irish lower secondary education
July 14, 2017 |

Authors: Emer Smyth
Research Areas: Education


front cover of WP568 Working at a different level? Curriculum differentiation in Irish lower secondary education
July 14, 2017 | ESRI Working Paper

Authors: Emer Smyth
Research Areas: Education


Consumer Sentiment Index, June 2017
July 11, 2017 | Indices Report

Authors: Daniel Foley, Conor O'Toole
Research Areas: Macroeconomics


front cover of WP567 Identifying rent pressures in your neighbourhood: a new model of Irish regional rent indicators
July 3, 2017 | ESRI Working Paper

Authors: Martina Lawless, Kieran McQuinn , John R Walsh
Research Areas: Macroeconomics


cover page Who pays for renewables? Increasing renewable subsidisation due to increased datacentre demand in Ireland
June 15, 2017 | ESRI Working Paper

Authors: Muireann Á Lynch, Mel Devine
Research Areas: Energy and Environment


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