Publications

Other Outputs


This section lists all publications produced by ESRI Staff and affiliates. The Institute aims to make all its publications available online free of charge. Externally produced publications are made available through Open Access where possible.


Political and Institutional Economics
January 1, 1978 | Geary Lecture Series

Authors: Gunnar Myrdal
Research Area: Macroeconomics


An Econometric Model of Non-Agricultural Stock Changes
December 1, 1977 | QEC Special Article

Authors: Colm McCarthy
Research Area: Macroeconomics


A National Model of Fuel Allocation – A Prototype
September 1, 1977 | General Research Series

Authors: Eamon Henry, Sue Scott
Research Area: Energy and Environment


Unemployment, Vacancies, and Full Employment in the Irish Manufacturing Sector
June 1, 1977 | QEC Special Article

Authors: Brendan Walsh
Research Area: Labour Markets and Skills


Redundancy and Re-Employment in Ireland
January 1, 1977 | General Research Series

Authors: Brendan Whelan
Research Area: Labour Markets and Skills


Official Statisticians and Econometricians in the Present-Day World
January 1, 1977 | Geary Lecture Series

Authors: E Malinvaud
Research Area: Macroeconomics


An Irish Personality Differential: A Technique for Measuring Affective and Cognitive Dimensions of Attitudes Toward Persons
January 1, 1977 | General Research Series

Authors: Earl Davis, M O'Neill
Research Area: Social Inclusion and Equality


Traditional Families? From Culturally Prescribed to Negotiated Roles in Farm Families
January 1, 1977 | General Research Series

Authors: Damian Hannan
Research Area: Migration, Integration and Demography | Social Inclusion and Equality


Economics and the Environment
January 1, 1977 | Journal Article

Authors: Robert O'Connor
Research Area: Energy and Environment


The Income Sensitivity of the Personal Income Tax Base in Ireland 1947-1972
January 1, 1977 | General Research Series

Authors: Brendan Dowling
Research Area: Taxation, Welfare and Pensions


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