Brendan Walsh was a Research Professor in the ESRI from 1969 until 1980. He was Emeritus Professor of Economics at UCD, where he was Professor of National Economics from 1980 until 2005. He was a member of the Royal Irish Academy and an Honorary Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland. His research interests included macroeconomics; equality and population and demographics.
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Latest Publications: What is the impact of rerouting a cancer diagnosis from emergency presentation to GP referral on resource use and survival? Evidence from a population-based studyLabour Market Adjustment in the Irish Regions, 1988-2005How Live is the Live Register and Other Puzzles in the Measurement of UnemploymentA Study of Labour Force Flows 1961-80Drinking in Ireland: A Review of Trends in Alcohol Consumption, Alcohol Related Problems and Policies towards AlcoholRegional Policy and the Full Employment TargetNational and Regional Demographic TrendsUnemployment, Vacancies, and Full Employment in the Irish Manufacturing SectorThe Construction Industry at the Crossroads (Summary of Address, Jury's Hotel, Dublin, 23 June 1977)Unemployment Compensation and the Rate of Unemployment: The Irish Experience (Paper read to Conference on Unemployment Insurance and Unemployment Rates, Fraser Institute, Vancouver, B.C., Canada 1-4 September 1976)
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Programmes and Projects: Research Programme in Healthcare Reform