Bertrand Maître

Social Research | Senior Research Officer
Bertrand Maître has been at the Economic and Social Research Institute since 1997. He is a Graduate of Economics in the University of La Sorbonne Paris I in 1990. He carries out analysis of the Living in Ireland Panel Survey and the European Community Household Panel data across a range of Irish and European projects. His current research focuses on poverty and inequality, social exclusion and income distribution.
Contact Details:

Tel: +353 1 8632000
Direct Line: +353 1 8632015

Latest Publications:
  • Poverty dynamics of social risk groups in the EU: an analysis of the EU Statistics on Income and Living Conditions, 2005 to 2014
  • Low pay, in-work poverty and economic vulnerability
  • Poverty transitions in Ireland: An analysis of the Central Statistics Office (CSO) Longitudinal Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC), 2004-2015
  • The experience of economic stress among families with children during the Irish recession
  • A study of minimum wage employment in Ireland: the role of worker, household and job characteristics
  • Child Poverty in a Period of Austerity
  • Poverty, economic stress and quality of life: lessons from the Irish case
  • Risk-taking and accidents on Irish farms: an analysis of the 2013 Health and Safety Authority survey
  • Children in the economic crisis: Ireland
  • Employment transitions among people with a disability in Ireland: an analysis of the Quarterly National Household Survey, 2010-2015

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  • Programmes and Projects:
  • Programme on Issues impacting on Minimum Wage and Low Pay in Ireland
  • Employment Transitions among People with a Disability in Ireland
  • IDEAS Programme Vietnam - Provision of Economic Analysis and Forecasting Services
  • Analysis and measurement of poverty and deprivation in Ireland based on the 'Consistent Poverty' measure developed by the ESRI and the possible implications for policy
  • Monitoring Trends in Poverty - Analysis of the 2001 Living in Ireland Survey

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