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.


Empirical Classifications of Types among Delinquent Referrals to a Child Guidance Clinic
January 30, 1974 | Journal Article

Authors: Ian Hart, Paul McQuaid
Research Area: Education | Social Inclusion and Equality


Expectations, Information and Human Migration: Specifying and Econometric Model of Irish Migration to Britain
January 1, 1974 | Journal Article

Authors: Brendan Walsh
Research Area: Migration, Integration and Demography


Population Policy in Developed Countries
January 1, 1974 | Book/Report Chapter

Authors: Brendan Walsh
Research Area: Migration, Integration and Demography


Factors Relating to Reconviction among Young Dublin Probationers
January 1, 1974 | General Research Series

Research Area: Social Inclusion and Equality


The Dark Side of the Dialectic: Toward a New Objectivity
January 1, 1974 | Geary Lecture Series

Authors: A W Gouldner

Regional Employment Patterns in Northern Ireland
January 1, 1974 | General Research Series

Authors: W Black,
Research Area: Labour Markets and Skills


Irish Entrepreneurs Speak For Themselves
December 1, 1973 | Broadsheet Series

Authors: Michael Fogarty

Irish Manufactured Imports from the UK in the Sixties: The Effects of AIFTA
May 1, 1973 | General Research Series

Authors: D McAleese, J Martin

Women and Employment in Ireland: Results of a National Survey
April 1, 1973 | General Research Series

Authors: A O'Toole
Research Area: Labour Markets and Skills | Migration, Integration and Demography


An Economic Evaluation of Irish Salmon Fishing: Part 1: The Visiting Anglers
February 1, 1973 | General Research Series

Authors: Robert O'Connor, Brendan Whelan
Research Area: Energy and Environment


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