Cathal O?Donoghue was a Research Assistant at the ESRI from 1993 until 1995. He was awarded a Research Fellowship from the ESRI (1995-1998) to study for a PhD at the London School of Economics. He lectured in the Department of Applied Economics in Cambridge before returning to a lectureship in Economics at NUI Galway in 2002. Since 2005, he has been Head of the Rural Economy Research Centre in Teagasc. His research interests include the development and use of micro simulation models for public policy analysis. See http://www.nuigalway.ie/ecn/personnel/peoplepage.php?person_id=14
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Latest Publications: The economic contribution of recreational fishing: Waterville, Co. KerryThe economic contribution of a recreational fishery in a remote rural economyQuantifying the Uncertainty of Wave Energy Conversion Device Cost for Policy Appraisal: An Irish Case StudyThe Local Impact of the Marine Sector in Ireland: A Spatial Microsimulation AnalysisThe Spatial Distribution of Household Disposable IncomeCarbon Dioxide, Energy Taxes and Household IncomeCarbon Dioxide, Energy Taxation and Industry: An Input-Output AnalysisWhat Has Happened to Replacement Rates?
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