Former Research Staff | Research Assistant
Kevin Timoney worked in the Economic Analysis Division of the ESRI as a Research Assistant from May 2012 to April 2014. He primarily worked in macroeconomic forecasting for the Quarterly Economic Commentary. His responsibilities have also included the ESRI?s indices for Consumer Sentiment, Savings, Rent and Housing.Kevin completed an M.Sc. in International Trade, Finance and Development in 2011 at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. His thesis examined the development policy options available to Mozambique, using a cost-benefit analysis framework. Prior to that, he completed a B.A. (Mod) in Economics in Trinity College Dublin.
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Latest Publications: Quarterly Economic Commentary, Spring 2014A Survey-based Analysis of Irish Savings Behaviour by AgeIdentifying Policy Impacts in the Crisis: Microsimulation Evidence on Tax and WelfareQuarterly Economic Commentary, Winter 2013The PRTB Rent IndexAn Alternative Index of Industrial Production for Ireland using Manufacturing WagesQuarterly Economic Commentary, Autumn 2013Medium-Term Review: 2013-2020, No. 12Quarterly Economic Commentary, Spring 2013Revisions to Population, Migration and the Labour Force, 2007-2011
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Programmes and Projects: Private Residential Tenancies Board Average Rent ReportAnalysis of Tax and Welfare Policies using SWITCH