Economic Analysis | Associate Research Professor
Edgar Morgenroth is full Professor of Economics in the Business School, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. He is also an independent member of the National Economic and Social Council (NESC), a Fellow of the UK Academy of Social Sciences and a Fellow of the Regional Studies Association having served as its vice chairman and treasurer. He was previously Associate Research Professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), and also held positions at Keele University and the Strategic Investment Board (SIB).
His research interests include economic policy, regional development, public economics and trade. Among his recent work are studies on the possible impact of Brexit, estimates of tax revenue elasticities, the impact of infrastructure on firm location and the effect of privatisation of enterprise efficiency. His work is widely published including papers in eminent Journals such as the Journal of International Economics, Journal of Corporate Finance, Regional Studies, the Journal of Regional Science and Papers in Regional Science.
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Latest Publications: Brexit and Irish consumersThe environmental impacts of fiscal instrumentsProspects for Irish regions and counties: scenarios and implicationsThe scale of “fuel tourism” across the Irish borderAssessing the level of cross-border fuel tourismIreland's international trade and transport connectionsHow sensitive is Irish income tax revenue to underlying economic activity?Modelling the medium- to long-term potential macroeconomic impact of brexit on IrelandBrexit will have regionally differentiated effectsExamining consequences for trade: integration and disintegration effects
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Programmes and Projects: Spatial Economic and Demographic ModellingEnvironment Research ProgrammeAn inter-sectoral analysis by geographic area of the need for and the supply and utilisation of health services in IrelandMapping the Potential for All-Ireland Sectoral Ecosystems.Measuring the effects of local infrastructure on the location of inward investmentFramework Contract - Studies in the Areas of European Competitiveness 2014-2018Population Projections for Irish RegionsThe Residential Property Research Programme Modelling the Irish EconomyProgramme of Research in Communications