Economic Analysis | Research Professor
Kieran McQuinn is a Research Professor who works on the quarterly economic commentary (QEC) and housing related projects. His research interests include house prices, economic growth and household finance. He spent over 11 years working in the Irish Central Bank where he had management positions in the research and financial stability areas. He started his career in University College Cork and then joined Teagasc, the Irish agriculture and food development authority, where he worked for over 5 years as a research economist. Dr. McQuinn has a PhD in economics from NUI Maynooth.
Dr. McQuinn has published in a broad number of international and domestic journals and is adjunct professor of economics at University College Cork. He is also currently an associate editor of the Economic and Social Review and is a current council member of both the Economic and Social Studies and the Irish Economics Association.
Tel: +353 1 8632000
Direct Line: +353 1 8632073
Latest Publications: Credit conditions and tenure choice: A cross-country examinationThe cyclicality of Irish fiscal policy ex-ante and ex-postQuarterly Economic Commentary, Winter 2017Irish house prices: Déjà vu all over again?Quarterly Economic Commentary, Autumn 2017How sensitive is Irish income tax revenue to underlying economic activity?Identifying rent pressures in your neighbourhood: a new model of Irish regional rent indicatorsPrice Expectations, Distressed Mortgage Markets and the Housing Wealth EffectQuarterly Economic Commentary, Summer 2017Consumer Sentiment Index, May 2017
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