Niamh Crilly

Former Research Staff
Niamh was employed as an intern at the ESRI from June to October 2008, working primarily on environmental research in the Economic Analysis division. She returned to the Social Research division as a Research Assistant from March to October 2011, where she worked on the ESRI tax-benefit model, SWITCH. Niamh now works as a Research Analyst in the Supervisory Statistics Division at the European Central Bank. Papers while at the ESRI: Tol, R.S.J., N. Commins, N. Crilly, S. Lyons and E. Morgenroth, 2009. Towards Regional Environmental Accounts for Ireland, Economic and Social Research Institute Working Paper Series, WP293. Callan, T., N. Crilly, C. Keane and John R. Walsh, 2011. What Has Happened to Marginal Tax Rates?, Economic and Social Research Institute Research Bulletin, RB2011/3/4.
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Latest Publications:
  • The Costs of Working in Ireland
  • What Has Happened to Marginal Tax Rates?
  • Tax, Welfare and Work Incentives
  • Towards Regional Environmental Accounts for Ireland
  • Towards Regional Environmental Accounts for Ireland

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