The report, published by the ESRI, and produced in partnership with Department of Children and Youth Affairs, draws on existing and emerging Irish and international research on the effects of the pandemic restrictions on children and young people.
Those who are not married or cohabitating in the years before retirement are at greater risk of having inadequate income in retirement, according to a new study published today by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).
Download research on the potential impact of COVID-19 across areas including economic growth, employment and human behaviour.
Download research on topics including the gender wage gap and the gender impact of budgetary policy.
Research examines several aspects of climate change mitigation, including carbon taxes and renewable energy.