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Informed Policy for a Better Ireland

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Ireland and Brexit: modelling the impact of deal and no-deal scenarios

A new study from the ESRI and the Department of Finance examines the impact of three Brexit scenarios on the Irish economy.

Úna Ní Dhubhghaill, Principal Officer in the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration, Department of Justice and Equality, Emma Quinn, ESRI, Éamonn Fahey, ESRI, and Michael Williams, Department of Justice and Equality, at the launch seminar for Data for monitoring integration: Gaps, challenges and opportunities on 14 March, 2019.
Data for monitoring integration: Gaps, challenges and opportunities

On 14 March, an event took place to launch new research funded by the Department of Justice and Equality. The research outlines the challenges and opportunities presented by survey data and data held by government for measuring migrant integration.

Research Areas

The mission of the Economic and Social Research Institute is to advance evidence-based policymaking that supports economic sustainability and social progress in Ireland. ESRI researchers apply the highest standards of academic excellence to challenges facing policymakers, focusing on 12 areas of critical importance to 21st Century Ireland.