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House prices could rise by 20 per cent from 2017 to 2020


New ESRI research published today (14 November) analyses a number of demographic and economic factors to forecast trends in house...  



The Bank of Ireland/ESRI Savings and Investment Index, October 2017


Saving sentiment on the up, driven by an improving environment for savers Half of Irish people are saving regularly compared...  



Who experiences discrimination in Ireland?


Who experiences discrimination in Ireland? Human Rights and Equality Commission/ESRI Publish Discrimination Findings 9th November 2017 – Almost one in...  



New research describes the lives of 7/8-year-olds and identifies areas where interventions could help children achieve positive later life outcomes


The latest Growing Up in Ireland research findings describe how 5,000 7/8-year-olds in Ireland are faring in three aspects of...  



New study examines how access to free GP care influences how frequently children use GP services


A new study published today (7 November) highlights the importance of access to GP care regardless of ability to pay....  



Irish consumer sentiment slightly weaker in October


Marginal drop in sentiment index suggests no major change in consumer thinking Household finances downgraded following September gains, possibly reflecting...  



New research asks which workers are paid minimum wage in Ireland


Today (1 November) the ESRI published a study, which was funded by the Low Pay Commission, to examine the characteristics...  



Demand for healthcare projected to increase substantially with rapid growth and ageing of population


Publication of ESRI Report – Projections of Demand for Healthcare in Ireland, 2015-2030: First Report from the Hippocrates Model Today (26...  



New Growing Up In Ireland Research Examines How to Help Young People Adjust to Second-Level Education


Strong maths skills at primary level and positive student-teacher relationships at second level key to transition  Growing Up in Ireland...  



ESRI Closed Today 16th October


Due to status red weather warning the ESRI building will not open on Monday 16th October. Apologies for any inconvenience.





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