Kieran Coleman

During his time at the ESRI from 2004 until 2006, Kieran Coleman was a Research Assistant in the Social Research Division where he worked on issues relating to income tax and welfare policy, the labour market, and poverty and income distribution. In 2006 he joined the Competition Authority as an Economist Case Officer. Since joining the Competition Authority Kieran has earned a Postgraduate Diploma in Competition Law from Kings College London.
Contact Details:

Tel: +353 1 8632000


Latest Publications:
  • A Social Portrait of People of Working Age
  • Work Incentives, Poverty and Welfare in Ireland
  • The No Income Tax Campaign: Twenty-First-Century Tax Philosophy in 1920s Ireland
  • Replacement Rates and Unemployment: from Bust to Boom
  • Assessing the Impact of Tax/Transfer Policy Changes on Poverty: Methodological Issues and Some European Evidence
  • Child Poverty and Child Income Supports: Ireland in Comparative Perspective
  • Budget 2006: Impact on Income Distribution and Relative Income Poverty
  • Tax Expenditures
  • Budget 2005: Impact on Income Distribution and Relative Income Poverty

  • All Publications:
  • Show All Publications from Kieran ...

  • Programmes and Projects:


    © 2015 The Economic and Social Research Institute. All rights reserved. Website by JET Design